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Average Word Length from the Diachronic Perspective: The Case of Arabic

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Emergence of living language: ontogeny–phylogeny framework and other parallels of linguistics and biology

evolutionary perspective. Haskins Laboratories Status Report on Speech Research, SR-101/102, 14–27. [10] MacNeilage, P.F., Davis B., 1990. Acquisition of speech production: Frames, then content. In Jeannerod, M. (Ed.), Attention and performance 13: Motor representation and control. England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., pp. 453–476. [11] M. P. Lynch, D. K. Oller, and M. Steffens,“Development of speech-like vocalizations in a child with congenital absence of cochleas: the case of total deafness,” Applied Psycholinguistics 10 , 315–333 (1989). [12

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