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PHONOLOGICAL ANSWERS TO ORTHOGRAPHIC PROBLEMS. ON THE TREATMENT OF NON-SIBILANT OBSTRUENT + LIQUID GROUPS IN HISPANO-CELTIC

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Preliminary matters §1. The large majority of the corpus of Hispano-Celtic linguistic records is engraved in an adaptation of the Iberian script, which has segmental characters for vowels, sonorants, and sibilants, and moraic characters — which do not code voicing1 — for non-sibilant obstruents. The typical character shapes of the eastern school of writing and their transcriptions are as in (1):2 (1

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