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Generative Phonology: Description and Theory by Charles Kisseberth

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- Three thousand head of Texas cattle - Loudon explains. - Frum is said to me in the morning. Herd dry. Cows and calves. Month is on the way. Pete Uikz said: - Although it is good that they are too tired to throw their heels if raincoat squeaks. Fire extinguished, only a scattering of red coals remained. Gentle breeze glided over the ground, in the sky has more stars. In the darkness, we could see the vague silhouettes of horses tied to stakes. People began to yawn. Loudon said: - It's time to the side, guys. Day breaks early.

Generative Phonology: Description and Theory by Charles Kisseberth

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