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    Article
    Golston, Chris
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    Conference Proceeding
    Ishii, Toru
    This paper presents a prosodic movement analysis of "multiple scrambling" in Japanese. The organization of this paper is as follows. Section 2 argues that there are two kinds of scrambling, i.e. syntactic scrambling and prosodic scrambling. It is show . . .
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    Article
    Golston, Chris
    I present a model of phonological representation which represents morphemes in terms of constraint violations rather than strings of segments or root nodes. The formalism allows representation to be uniform throughout the phonology, mandates permanent . . .
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    Conference Proceeding
    Agbayani, Brian
    A basic assumption in generative grammar is that all movement is syntactic. This paper proposes that hyperbaton in Classical Greek, Latin and Colloquial Russian involves post-syntactic movement of prosodic constituents to prosodic edges (for a full tr . . .
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    Article
    Agbayani, Brian
    We show that Classical Greek HYPERBATON involves pervasive phonological movement. Hyperbaton moves prosodic constituents to prosodic positions, subject to prosodic boundaries and to prosodic conditions on well-formedness. Syntactic analyses of hyperba . . .
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    Article
    Riad, Tomas
    We propose an analysis of Greek meter based purely on phonology and the idea that well-formedness in meter is largely gradient, rather than absolute. Our analysis is surface-true, constraint-based and nonderivational, in line with proposals like optim . . .
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    Book Chapter
    Golston, Chris
    The goal of the present study is to make the notion of the root more accessible to morphology and phonology by looking at a large corpus of roots and describing the frequency of different types of root in a constraint-based grammar. Our research is ba . . .
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    Conference Proceeding
    Agbayani, Brian