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Zec, Draga (2003). Prosodic weight. In Caroline Féry and Ruben van de Vijver (eds.) The syllable in Optimality Theory. Cambridge, CUP, pp.123-143.
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Zec, Draga (1995). Sonority constraints on syllable structure. Ph 12: 85-129.
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Odé, Cecilia (2005). Neutralization or truncation? The perception of two Russian pitch accents on utterance-final syllables. Speech Communication.
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Romani, C. and C. Galluzzi (2005). Effects of syllabic complexity in predicting accuracy of repetition and direction of errors in patients with articulatory and phonological difficulties. Cognitive Neuropsychology 22.
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Thisis accounted forby re-rankingPk-Prom andNonFinality, so that stress falls on a final syllable if it is the only heavy syllable in the word (62).
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p.10, section 1.2

constraint Onset is violated once for every syllable in a candidate that lacks an onset (i.e.
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p.10, section 1.2
every syllable that does not start with a non-nuclear consonant – Zec 8.3.2).
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p.18, section 1.2.2
For example, Beckman’s (1997, 1998) ‘positional faithfulness’ theory proposes that constraints can preserve segments specifically in stressed syllables, root-initial syllables, onsets, and roots (also see Casali 1996, Lombardi
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p.21, section 1.2.3
As McCarthy (5.5) discusses, Correspondence Theory has been extended to account for phonological similarities among morphologically related words, such as the syllabic nasal in ‘lighten’ [laitn
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p.23, section 1.3
The idea of universally fixed rankings is found in the opening pages of Prince & Smolensky (2004); its success at dealing with markedness hierarchies in the now famous case of Imdlawn Tashlhiyt Berber syllabification is
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