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Elision

 

in prosody, the dropping of a vowel when two vowels follow consecutively at the end of one word and the beginning of another. The dropped vowel may be pronounced, but it does not count as a syllable. The rules of elision are detailed in metric and syllabic prosody. Elision does not occur in Russian poetry.

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En cuanto a la regla de paravocalizacion, cabe destacar que no es simplemente una variante notacional de la regla de elision absoluta de la sibilante (cfr.
Al observar el fonema postdental /d/ en el contexto posicion final de palabra, nuevamente se pudieron apreciar dos realizaciones: una aproximante sonora postdental y una elision del sonido postdental.
Phonological awareness was indicated by two measures in this step; namely, the CTOPP Elision and Blending Words subtests.
Vowel elision is one of the phonological processes that are used to deal with vowel sequences in Nambya.
Liaison is the primary concern of chapter four, and elision of chapter one.
I will discuss the category of elision of word components in more detail latter.
We read this as an elision from George Bush, the oft-accused liar on WMD and all the rest, to David Petraeus, also a liar merely for serving in the chain of command.
Soon the name changed to Meccano - apparently an elision of the words MAKE and KNOW.
Now student art from all over the world can be seen on a clever website designed by the Saatchi Gallery in London: STUART--an elision of 'student art'.
These foundational narratives deploying the discourse of a people formed of "three roots" (European/Spanish, Indigenous, and African, generally hierarchically organized in this order of importance) leads to the elision of the experiential significance of being coded as black or African.