Nunez Cedeno, Rafael (1994), "The alterability of Spanish geminates
and its effects on the uniform applicability condition", en Probus, num.
A new Eastern Pacific labrid (Pisces), Decodon melasma, a geminate
species of the western Atlantic D.
This calibration assumes that (1) rates of mtDNA sequence divergence are similar between asterinids and oreasterids, (2) sequence divergence is similar among asterinids, and (3) the geminate
Oreaster species actually diverged at the time of the rise of the Isthmus.
Because of the syllable division, a geminate
sequence cannot be regarded as simply a 'long' consonant, and transcriptional differences usually indicate this, e.
In Echinometra, the two western Atlantic species have egg volumes that are roughly double that of their eastern Pacific geminate
Long vowels were treated as VV short vowel as V geminate
consonants as CC while singleton consonants were marked as C.
The -n is geminate
except before the -n initial suffixes -ni 'me' and -na 'us'.
The major aim of this study is to show that the use of reduplicated consonant graphemes as indicators of vowel shortness is not confined exclusively to The Ormulum because this practice derives directly from Old English scribal tradition, where <CC> sequences were used not only to represent geminate
(or long) consonants, but sporadically also for marking short vowels.
In the De vulgari eloquentia Dante explains that tragic literature, the polar conceptual opposite of comedy, should avoid certain sounds, particularly geminate
consonants ("sine aspiratione, [.
According to Mass and Grieve  the ability of seed to geminate
and emerge in saline soil not only depends upon the concentration of salts, but also upon various other biological factors i.
Alvestad and Edzard explain that Modern Hebrew adopted the morphology of Tiberian (Biblical) Hebrew but not its phonology, so there is no distinction between short and long vowels or simple and geminate
Careful analysis of the data shows that consonant deletion will occur when there is a geminate