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2005 | 7 | 15-23
Article title

A reanalysis of the stress pattern in -ary/-ory words

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A reanalysis of the stress pattern in -ary/-ory words
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7
Pages
15-23
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published
2018-08-27
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References
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_snp_2005_07_02
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