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Many phonetic and phonological observations can be conveniently recast in terms of theories of linguistic preference and natural generative phonology (cf. Hooper 1976), notably in terms of the approach of Vennemann (1983, 1988), which was applied to Semitic by Edzard (1991). Optimality Theory

Arabic, Kuwaiti Arabic, Optimality Theory, Personal Pronoun (Arabic Dialects), Saudi Arabia, Variation Arabic, Bagirmi West Sudanic Arabic, West Sudanic Arabic Arabic, Baḥariyya Bedouinization, Dialect...

the Verb Phrase. Nijmegen, Luxor. Eckardt, W. 1987. Computergestützte Analyse althebräischer Texte. Algorithmische Erkennung der Morphologie. St. Ottilien, EOS Verlag. Edzard, L. 2000. “S “ bawayhi’s observations on assimilatory processes and re-syllabiŽ cation in the light of Optimality Theory

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