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Trommer, Jochen (2008) ‘Syllable-counting Allomorphy by Indexed Constraints, slides available under: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~jtrommer/papers/ocp5.pdf.’ [details]

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Wunderlich, Dieter (2001) ‘How gaps and substitutions can become optimal: the pronominal affix paradigms of Yimas.’ Transactions of the Philological Society 99. p. 315-366. [details]

Wunderlich, Dieter (2004) ‘Is There Any Need for the Concept of Directional Syncretism.’ In: Müller, Gereon; Gunkel, Lutz and Zifonun, Gisela (eds.), Explorations in Nominal Inflection. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. p. 373-395 . [details]

Wunderlich, Dieter (forthcoming) ‘Polarity and constraints on paradigmatic distinctness.’ In: Trommer,Jochen (ed.), Handbook of exponence. [details]

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Yu, Alan C. L. (2005a) ‘Toward a typology of compensatory reduplication.’ In: Proceedings of WCCFL. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. p. 397-405. [details]

Yu, Alan C. L. (2005b) ‘Quantity, stress and reduplication in Washo.’ Phonology 22. p. 437-475. [details]

Yu, Alan C. L. (2007) ‘A Natural History of Infixation.’ Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]

Zaenen, Annie and Karttunen, Lauri (1984) ‘Morphological non-distinctness and coordination.’ In: Proceedings of the first Eastern States Conference on Linguistics. p. 309-320. [details]

Zagórski, Zygmunt (1999) ‘Kilka uwag o homonimii deklinacyjnej w polszczyznie XVI wieku. Rzeczowniki zenskie i nijakie [Some remarks on declensional homonymy in XVI century Polish. Feminine and neuter nouns].’ Prace komisjii jezykoznawczej 30. p. 81-88. [details]

Zuraw, Kie (2002) ‘Aggressive reduplication.’ Phonology 19. p. 395-439. [details]

Zwicky, Arnold (1977) ‘On clitics.’ In: Dressler, Wolfgang U. and Pfeiffer, Oskar E. (eds.), Phonologica. p. 29-39. [details]

Zwicky, Arnold (1985) ‘Clitics and Particles.’ Language 61. p. 283-305. [details]

Zwicky, Arnold (1985) ‘How to describe inflection.’ In: Proceedings of the eleventh annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. p. 372-386. [details]

Zwicky, Arnold (1991) ‘Systematic versus accidental phonological identity.’ In: Plank, Frans (ed.), Paradigms: The Economy of Inflection. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. p. 113-132. [details]

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