Phonological theory: evolution and current practice. by Valerie Becker Makkai

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Bibliography: p. 681-707.

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LC ClassificationsP217 .M22
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Paginationxi, 711 p.
Number of Pages711
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Open LibraryOL4914567M
ISBN 100030830281
LC Control Number76138654

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Author(s): Makkai,Valerie Becker Title(s): Phonological theory; evolution and current practice. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Holt, Rhinehart and Winston [c] Description: xi, p.

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