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Kimatuumbi phrasal phonology

  • David Odden (a1)

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This paper represents an abbreviation of a larger work in progress on Kimatuumbi phonology. Data on Kimatuumbi were collected during 1978–81 from Emmanuel Manday, whom I thank for both insights and data. Thanks are also due to Guy Garden, Wayne Cowart, Bruce Hayes, Larry Hyman and Mary Odden for helpful comments.

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Hayes, B. (1984). The prosodic hierarchy in meter. Ms, UCLA.
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