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Notes on exponents. A review of Jochen Trommer (ed.), The morphology and phonology of exponence

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Fábregas, A. Notes on exponents. A review of Jochen Trommer (ed.), The morphology and phonology of exponence. Morphology 24, 71–82 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11525-014-9233-0

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