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p.221, section 9.3.7 ; popularity: 1253

This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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p.221, section 9.3.7 ; popularity: 11
This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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p.221, section 9.3.7 ; popularity: 7
This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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p.221, section 9.3.7

This conclusion is reinforced by work in computational phonology suggesting that formally, gradient constraint evaluation is a rather questionable device (Riggle 2004; Biro´ 2004; Heinz, Kobele&Riggle 2005).
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