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For example, once we identify the stress levels of intonation in the laryngeal division, then we can superimpose the stress levels of individual s y l ­ lables upon the laryngeal prosody's p a t t e r n . This allows us to predict the combined, or absolute stress level in any particular syllable, given its realiza­ tion in time within the utterance as a whole. As a higher stress level may well have an e f f e c t upon the more f o r t i s members of the obstruction prosody of tension, we can further measure the realization of obstructional relative to the overall stress level in the utterance.

44, below). demonstrate in the following chapters, by a t t r i b u t i n g obstructional only to syllable the obstruction division, (combinatory) we division and vocalic/syllabic can variation indeed by the replace more features the old notion realistic and reliable features only of As I to the allophonic evidence of coarticulatory phonetics. In the operation of the model and in its application to analysis, how­ ever, a further organizational unit is needed in order to predict and to ana­ lyze utterances over time.

The Instead, 26 Aspects of Dynamic Phonology they harken back to the old methods, to the old fictions that can no longer be called phonetics, and thereby maintain that they are operating in the inner approach — that their phonology is phonetically j u s t i f i e d . Clearly, such a stance is notionalist, h y p o c r i t i c a l , and completely i g ­ norant of the facts. Nonetheless, S. R. Anderson can demand that a nonseg- mental model f i r s t handle situations that a segmental model cannot; but he in f a c t immediately recognizes that i t is the case that suprasegmentals cannot be handled segmentally, though even this is seen as reason merely to change the segmental theory in some unspecified and nebulous way.

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