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Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. 2-5
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. 6-7
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. 8-9
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 10-17
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  1. Part I: Historical Linguistics
  2. pp. 18-19
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  1. Rebuilding Morphology without Grammaticalization
  2. pp. 20-39
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  1. Aspect, Tense, and Conjugation Class in Proto-Indo-European
  2. pp. 40-53
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  1. The Evolution of the Balto-Slavic Verb
  2. pp. 54-79
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  1. The Slavic s-Aorist and the Baltic s-Future
  2. pp. 80-85
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  1. Balto-Slavic Factitive-Iteratives
  2. pp. 86-99
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  1. Nominal Accent Classes in Lithuanian as Compared to Slavic and Indo-European
  2. pp. 100-107
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  1. On the Relationship between the Nominal Accent in Lithuanian and That of Other Indo-European Languages
  2. pp. 108-127
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  1. Laryngeals and Syllabicity in Balto-Slavic and Indo-European
  2. pp. 128-135
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  1. On the History and Function of Ablaut from Balto-Slavic to the Russian Verb
  2. pp. 136-149
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  1. Comments on Ivanov’s Istoric eskaja grammatika russkogo jazyka (Moscow: Prosvešcenie, 1990)
  2. pp. 150-197
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  1. On the Prehistory of the Slavic Nonindicative
  2. pp. 198-209
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  1. The Contextual Uses of the Present Perfect in the Primary Chronicle
  2. pp. 210-223
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  1. A History of the East Slavic Imperfect
  2. pp. 224-251
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  1. The History of the Accent in the Imperfect in South Slavic
  2. pp. 252-261
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  1. The Fronting of Vowels after Palatals
  2. pp. 262-265
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  1. On the Change of l to w in Ukrainian and Belarusian
  2. pp. 266-271
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  1. On the Syntax of Lithuanian Participles
  2. pp. 272-295
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  1. Part II: Phonological Theory
  2. pp. 296-297
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  1. Explanation and Reality in Phonology
  2. pp. 298-321
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  1. On the Nature of Morphophonemic Rules
  2. pp. 322-333
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  1. The Russian Palatalizations and the Nature of Morphophonological Rules
  2. pp. 334-347
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  1. On Abstraction
  2. pp. 348-359
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  1. On Arguments for Abstract Vowels in Greenlandic
  2. pp. 360-367
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  1. Dissimilative Glide Insertion in West Greenlandic
  2. pp. 368-373
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  1. Linear Assimilation in Clusters
  2. pp. 374-379
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  1. Truncation and/or Transderivational Constraints in Russian Word-Formation
  2. pp. 380-391
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  1. A Critical Look at Natural Phonology
  2. pp. 392-405
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  1. A Retrospective on Phonology in Chicago 1965–2004
  2. pp. 406-423
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 424-443
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780893579463
Related ISBN
9780893574468
MARC Record
OCLC
966825508
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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