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Daniel Silverman (2006). A critical introduction to phonology: of sound, mind, and body. (Continuum Critical Introductions to Linguistics.) London & New York: Continuum. Pp. xii+260.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 July 2010

Ewan Dunbar
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University of Maryland
William J. Idsardi
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