COLLOQUIUM-Long-distance compensatory lengthening in Estonian

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Compensatory lengthening (CL) has traditionally been observed to be a purely local phenomenon, with the trigger and target segments being either adjacent to one another or separated by only one syllable boundary. In this talk, I present evidence from Estonian showing that CL can be long-distance (LD) as well, and provide an account that allows for LDCL while explaining its crosslinguistic rarity, ...

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