de Campos, "Occurrence of talon cusp on a geminated
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Double teeth: A retrospective study of geminated
and fused teeth in children.
Syllabification system for the well-formed bi-consonantal clusters can be concluded in the following way: When a short vowel occurs in the first syllable of a bi- consonant cluster word medially the first C of medial consonant cluster at intervocalic position of the word is geminated
and the C is marked as the coda of first and the onset of the second syllable respectively.
In a report by Braun et al., , both roots of a geminated
maxillary central incisor were root treated pre-operatively, as the decision as to which root to retain could only be made intra-operatively.
This position is never preceded by a consonant, so it never appears as a geminated
consonant, but it appears as a glide or as nothing.
The periapical radiograph exhibited that the crowns and the roots were fused with complete union of their pulp chambers and presence of single pulp chamber and root canal, which is one of the distinguishing features of geminated
teeth from fusion.
The association of Aramaic hlw with Ugaritic hi is equally problematic, since the expanded form hlny, vocalized al-li-ni-ya, exhibits a geminated
l, which is noticably absent from the Biblical Aramaic form 'aluw.
Some short grammatical morphemes are frequently geminated
in intervocalic position (e.g.
(5) The geminated
kk in takkan is the result of a recent Ingrian influence on Luuditsa Votic.
The sustained line and slow declamation would allow for either a formal double articulation of the [m m] or a geminated
A tooth was diagnosed as geminated
if its crown was enlarged with a normal root and the tooth number was normal.