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Sun Nov 21 16:18:39 GMT 2010
It will not be significant unless you can show that similar positional variation occurs with other consonants. Can you?
On 2010 Du 21, at 15:41, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
> OK, so we have seven examples of diwedh with [ð], and one with [θ]; it is, going by content and rhythm, possible to make a pause after diuaτ in §13. Since Michael said that statistics would be relevant in this case, I suggest that 7 to one in so short a text is significant.
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