Almost all parents (> 90%) report that reduplicative
babbling is already present at 8-9 months or when their children have not yet produced any words.
Na introducao de seu livro, ao enunciar alguns dos principais pontos de sua interpretacao, Mugnai faz a seguinte afirmacao: "I think that Leibniz considers logically equivalent the sentences 'Paris loves Helen' and 'Paris is a lover, and eo ipso Helen is a loved one'--in general I think that Leibniz regards as logically equivalent sentences of the form 'xRy and the sentences resulting from his analysis via reduplicative
operators like quatenus, et eo ipso, etc.
For example the base ala functions verbally as alaia, a term which could be translated 'kill', and ala takes a reduplicative
form, alula (that is, a contraction of ala-ala) to function as a noun for 'war'.
The article will focus on reduplicative
constructions in Estonian, but sometimes comparisons will be drawn with similar constructions in other Finno-Ugric languages, mainly Finnish.
The "Generalized Phonology Prediction" of Inkelas and Zoll (2005) states that reduplicative
and nonreduplicative constructions alike draw from the same range of cophonologies.
By privileging the standpoint of reduplicative
syllogistic, Back apparently fails to recognize that the issue of reduplication has yielded a series of important contributions to the theory of knowledge and to metaphysics as well.
Rather, the natural signs represent the basic structure and dynamism of human existence which the grace of Christ presupposes, redeems, and elevates; indeed, only on this basis can the sacraments appear not as a reduplicative
and hence alienating superstructure, but as the incarnation of grace in human existence itself.
21) The phrase, |the men are (or have come about) for the sake of sacrifice and fellowship,' if proposed without qualification, would naturally be read as equivalent to its reduplicative
The biological basis for this might include the fact that each organism's brain consists of two wholly reduplicative
and independent halves: after fission, each fission descendent has half the original brain, which is enough for normal functioning.
Having read Susan Thorpe's "Singularly Imperfect Tauitonyms", Ed Wolpow recommends Nils Thun's Reduplicative
Words in English, a thesis published in 1963 by Carl Bloms Boktrychkeri A.
In Sima Xiangru's fu, the great majority of textual variants concerns rhyming, alliterative, or reduplicative
binomes; these usually serve as descriptives but also occur in the names of plants and trees, minerals and stones, or mythological beings.
Quantitative transfer in reduplicative
and templatic morphology.