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Specifically now, the relevant issue to investigate is whether, in the spirit of structuralist and generative theories, sound correspondents in truncatory and reduplicative morphemes respond to distributional generalizations regardless of their static or dynamic natures, (4a), or whether such sounds behave in a manner that suggests distinct sensitivities to their dynamic versus static complementary distributions in some sense independent of their correspondents in the base, (4b).
For instance, the question on reduplicative babbling asks parents about syllables they can hear well and which they could repeat, like pa-pa-pa or ma-ma-ma, or the question on private vocalizations specifies the context in which similar vocalizations are usually emitted (when children are alone in their cot / bed or on their playing mat).
(3.) Nagy 1990: 42 and 1996: 113 correctly, in my view, remains a fierce opponent of the simplistic distinction between a "creative" aoidos and "reduplicative" rhapsoidos.
A pre-industrial production unit is one in which production is small-scale and reduplicative; i.e., there are a great number of little units, each complete and just like all the others.
First, the title and abstract of each article were evaluated to eliminate irrelevant or reduplicative literature.
In his published grammar and vocabulary of the Motu language he rendered the term vada as a substantive pronounced 'vata', (7) added a reduplicative form, 'vatavata', and offered a translation and definition: 'ghosts; an unknown spirit supposed to have the power of killing whom he will' (Lawes 1896:136).
The reduplicative hypocoristica Longlong here was equivalent to Longzi "dragon son, dragon boy." The year 750 register lists his age as 18.
In the second half of the twentieth century, the term 'confabulation' had been extended to other disorders characterized by false statements, such as anosognosia, false recognition, or paramnesic misidentification (deja-vu, Capgras, Fregoli, intermetamorphosis, reduplicative paramnesia).
Only structural types of syntactic reduplicative constructions and their meanings will be considered leaving aside their actual use in written and spoken language (frequency, various discourse functions etc.).
Phonological correspondence plays no role in morphological doubling; reduplicative morphemes (like the "RED" of Base-Reduplicant Correspondence Theory; McCarthy and Prince 1995) play no role in phonological correspondence.
In 1921 Tunste [pseudonym of Paul Bryan, a National Puzzlers' League member] revealed to Puzzledom the famous formula for constructing a 10-square out of five different reduplicative words--a clever idea, the practicality of which has since been fully demonstrated.