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Puzzles of Language. Essays in Honour of Karl Zimmer. Edited by Eser Erguvanlι Taylan and Bengisu Rona. (Turcologica. 86.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2011. 246 pp., 19 fig., 33 tables. ISBN: 978-3-447-06415-6.

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9 Zimmer, K. 1965. Review of R. B. Lees, The phonology of modern standard Turkish. Word 21: 123–136.

10 Zimmer, K. 1970. On the evaluation of alternative phonological descriptions. Journal of Linguistics 6: 89–98.

11 Zimmer, K. & Abbott, B. 1978. The k/Ø alternation in Turkish: Some experimental evidence for its productivity. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 7: 35–46.


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