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    ARCHI LANGUAGE TUTORIAL 3 Fortis consonants, examples: (4) q'Jel kes q.'Jel collapse crack, split (noun) χat χ.at scratch tie-beam Pharyngealisation, examples:

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  • The Language of Architecture - JSTOR

    Language of Architecture 57 what features in architecture can claim a linguistic identity? In what fol- lows I shall address both questions, if summarily.

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    Title: C:Documents and SettingsAlice HarrisMy DocumentsCurrent docsextn expncarchiorigins of ME in Archi.abstr.wpd Author: Alice Harris Created Date

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  • The Archi-Segment in Natural Generative Phonology - JSTOR

    THE ARCHI-SEGMENT IN NATURAL GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY JOAN B. HOOPER State ... language which has only voiceless obstruents, there are two potential segment

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  • Morphological Structure of Archi Pronouns

    Morphological Structure of Archi Pronouns Andrei Antonenko, Ph.D. Candidate, Stony Brook University Alice C. Harris, Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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