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transfer from blending continuous sounds to blending separated sounds) or from one phonological domain to another (e.
For example, the blenders practiced blending stretched words beginning with continuous sounds, and rhymers practiced rhyme production.
For example, the flight whistle of one group near Mammoth Lake in California contains three syllables, or continuous sounds, while a group to the south has a flight whistle made up of four syllables, three of which are identical to the whistle of its northern neighbors.

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