Phonological Ambiguity: What UG Can and Can't do to Help the Reduplication Learner

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Title: Phonological Ambiguity: What UG Can and Can't do to Help the Reduplication Learner
Author: Nevins, Andrew Ira
Citation: Nevins, Andrew. 2004. Phonological ambiguity: What UG can and can't do to help the reduplication learner. In Plato's problems: Papers on language acquisition, ed. A. Csirmaz, A. Gualmini and A. Nevins. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 48: 113-126.
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