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    • Dialectal variation in Norwegian imperatives 

      Rice, Curt (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      This article discusses the formation of imperatives in Norwegian. It focuses on the cases in which phonological well-formedness requirements interfere with imperative formation. Several attested solutions are presented and receive an optimality theoretic analysis. Some speakers invoke a purely phonological solution, e.g. sonorant devoicing. Others borrow from elsewhere in the paradigm, e.g. taking ...
    • Referee Report For: The culture of scientific research 

      Rice, Curt (Andre; Others, 2015-03-19)
    • Ternary rhythm 

      Rice, Curt (Chapter; Bokkapittel, 2011)
      Most languages with iterative stress patterns show a simple rhythmic alternation between stressed and unstressed syllables. But in a few cases, stress appears not on every second syllable, but rather on every third one. Patterns of this nature reveal the phenomenon of ternary rhythm.