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Phonetic adaptations of Spanish loanwords in Triqui
by Scipione, Ruth, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2011: 232 pages; 3549422.
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Contact-induced cross-dialectal phonetic variability in an endangered Iranian language: The case of Taleshi
by Khalili, Niloofar, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2016: 101 pages; 10151059.
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Arabic adaptation of loanwords: An empirical examination of pharyngealization and vowel epenthesis
by Alzaaq, Abdullah Y., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2017: 83 pages; 10253005.
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A Study of Loanwords and Code Switching in Spoken and Online Written Arabic by Palestinian Israelis
by Abu-Elhij'a Mahajna, Duaa, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2019: 215 pages; 13865054.
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The Semiotics and Social Practices of Constructing a "Proper" Singaporean Identity
by Shin, Priscilla Zhi-Xian, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2018: 258 pages; 10982557.
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Phonological aspects of language contact along the Slavic periphery: An ecological approach
by Dombrowski, Andrew, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2013: 226 pages; 3568374.
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Orthographic influence on the perception and production of Spanish loans in English
by Porter, Stacey M., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 122 pages; 1490327.
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The social correlates of lexical borrowing in Spanish in New York City
by Varra, Rachel Marie, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 301 pages; 3601898.
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The Phonology of Contact: Creole sound change in context
by Ng, E-Ching, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2015: 191 pages; 3663654.
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Recovering an Ancient Tradition: Toward an Understanding of Hezekiah as the Author of Ecclesiastes
by Quackenbos, David Allen, Ph.D.  Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 2019: 296 pages; 13878094.
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Exceptionality in vowel harmony
by Szeredi, Daniel, Ph.D.  New York University. 2016: 294 pages; 10192255.
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Castilian transcodic markers in Internet Catalan: Analysis of generic, regional and linguistic factors
by Stokes, Craig R., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2011: 236 pages; 3453667.
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Selected Aspects of a Grammar of Farasani
by Abbas, Abeer, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 86 pages; 10751608.
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Theories on the Origin of the Etruscan Language
by Rogers, Adelle, M.A.  Purdue University. 2018: 75 pages; 10816754.
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L1 Biases in Learning Root-and-Pattern Morphology
by Drake, Shiloh Nicole, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2018: 126 pages; 10932694.
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A predictive modeling analysis of Vietnamese tonogenesis
by Yik, Ting Fen, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2014: 320 pages; 3640924.
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A grammar of Bao'an Tu, a Mongolic language of northwest China
by Fried, Robert Wayne, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2010: 365 pages; 3407976.
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Audience effects in American Sign Language interpretation
by Weisenberg, Julia, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2009: 139 pages; 3401735.
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Descriptive Analysis of Qassimi Arabic: Phonemic Vowels, Syllable Structure and Epenthetic Vowels, and Affrication
by Alrashed, Abdulmajeed S., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2018: 100 pages; 10752080.
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Acoustic Characteristics that Contribute to Ghanaian Ewe-Accented American English
by Mortoti, Prudence Barbara, M.C.D.  Arkansas State University. 2018: 73 pages; 10976109.
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The Tonology of Itoman Okinawan: A Phonological Analysis of the Nominal Tone System
by Takara, Nobutaka, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2012: 276 pages; 3505309.
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Macroacquisition of English in the Japanese Context and Its Educational Implications
by Hatano, Kazuma, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2013: 187 pages; 3565759.
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The rise of disyllables in old Chinese: The role of Lianmian words
by Li, Jian, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 188 pages; 3553133.
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Windesi Wamesa Morphophonology
by Gasser, Emily Anne, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2014: 334 pages; 3582286.
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Acoustic and perceptual explanations for rhotacism in Latin and Germanic
by Painter, Robert Kenneth, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2012: 353 pages; 3495217.
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"Any Minute Now the World's Overflowing Its Border": Anarchist Modernism and Yiddish Literature
by Torres, Anna Elena, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2016: 197 pages; 10192601.
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Accounting for Diphthongs: Duration as Contrast in Vowel Dispersion Theory
by Petersen, Stacy Jennifer, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2018: 259 pages; 13422602.
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