Three-Way Contrast of Secondary Articulations in PIE
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Fri Mar 9 02:39:59 UTC 2001
On the topic of Kuipers' analysis of Kabardian, Pat Ryan wrote on 2 Mar 2001:
> He maintained that Kabardian had only one vowel, for which he was severely
No, he was mildly to moderately criticized for that analysis.
He was severely criticized for his suggestion that Kabardian had *NO* phonemic
vowels, only a feature similar to Lehmann's "sonority peak". Rightly so.
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