How Third World Rural Households Adapt to Dietary Energy Stress

Urbanization and Community Change Urban - rural differences in stress and adaptation are reviewed by Basta ( 1977 ) . ... Traditional settled rural societies , such as the Mamainde of Brazil , sometimes have an exchange system that ...

Author: P. R. Payne

Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst

ISBN: 089629501X

Category: Medical

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Time and stress; Sources and types of stress; Biological responses to the stress environment; Behavioral responses to the stress environment.
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A Metrical Theory of Stress Rules

This rule will feed the Main Stress Rule as follows : ( 45 ) hambag [ + PS ] gasta 1 hambag Rule ( 41 ) 1 hambag 1 gasta Post - Cluster Stressing 1 2 hambag 1 2 gasta Main Stress We now ... ug - ugtas - un maMain Stress 2 1 2 ma - ?

Author: Bruce Hayes

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: UOM:39015007059390

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Mamaind Stress

In the Mamaindé language , the stress system is the basis upon which much of the phonology and morphology rests . ... this area ( “ Tonal Curves and Perturbation in Mamaindé , ” “ Tonal Configuration and Perturbation in Mamainde ” ) .

Author: David Eberhard

Publisher: Summer Inst of Linguistics

ISBN: UOM:39015037429944

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 159

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Analyzes the stress, phonology, aand morphology system of Mamainde. Uses metrical and lexical phonology.The Mamainde, a language of Brazil is also known as Northern Nambikuara.
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Syllable Weight

Mamainde' stress: the need for strata. Arlington, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics and University of Texas at Arlington. Echeverria, Max 86 Helen Contreras. 1965. Araucanian phonemics. International journal ofAmerican Linguistics 31, ...

Author: Matthew Gordon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135922276

Category: Foreign Language Study

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The book is the first systematic exploration of a series of phonological phenomena previously thought to be unified under the rubric of syllable weight. Drawing on a typological survey of 400 languages, it is shown that the traditional conception that languages are internally consistent in their weight criteria across weight-based processes is not corroborated by the cross-linguistic survey. Rather than being consistent across phenomena within individual languages, weight turns out to be sensitive to the particular processes involved such that different phenomena display different distributions in weight criteria. The book goes on to explore the motivations behind the process-specific nature of weight, showing that phonetic factors explain much of the variation in weight criteria between phenomena and also the variation in criteria between languages for a single process. The book is unlike other studies in combining an extensive typological survey with detailed phonetic analysis of many languages. The finding that the widely studied phenomenon of syllable weight is not a unified phenomenon, contrary to the established view, is a significant result for the field of theoretical phonology. The book is also an important contribution to the field of phonetically-driven phonology, since it establishes a close link between the phonology of weight and various quantitative phonetic parameters.
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Studies in Pure Natural Phonology and Related Topics

Thus , the feature ( + stress ) is crucial for the operation of most tone rules in Mamainde . The spreading rules , for instance , are applied only to stressed syllables and the tone changes resulting from the action of these ...

Author: Jean-Pierre Angenot


ISBN: UTEXAS:059173015231850

Category: Grammar, Comparative and general

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A Survey of Word Accentual Patterns in the Languages of the World

Harry van der Hulst, Rob Goedemans, Ellen van Zanten. A Survey of South American stress systems 363. Mixed systems Baniwa-Curripaco Arawak Xipaya (?) Juruna (Tupi, Tupi-Guarani) Tunebo Chibchan Latunde, Lakonde, Mamainde Nambikwara Daw, ...

Author: Harry van der Hulst

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110196313

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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In part I of this volume, experts on various language areas provide surveys of word stress/accent systems of as many languages in 'their' part of the world as they could lay their hands on. No preconditions (theoretical or otherwise) were set, but the authors were encouraged to use the StressTyp data in their chapters. Australian Languages (Rob Goedemans), Austronesian Languages (Ellen van Zanten, Ruben Stoel and Bert Remijsen), Papuan Languages (Ellen van Zanten and Philomena Dol), North American Languages (Keren Rice), South American Languages (Sergio Meira and Leo Wetzels), African Languages (Laura Downing), European Languages (Harry van der Hulst), Asian Languages (Harry van der Hulst and Ren Schiering), Middle Eastern Languages (Harry van der Hulst and Sam Hellmuth). There is an introductory chapter (Chapter 1) that will provide the reader with elementary terminology and theoretical tools to understand the variety of accentual systems that will be discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. Chapter 2 has a double function. It presents an overview of stress patterns in Australian languages, but at the same time it is intended to (re-)familiarize readers with the coding, terminology and theoretical ideas of the StressTyp database. Chapter 11 presents statistical and typological information from the StressTyp database. Part II of this volume contains 'language profiles' which are, for each of the 511 languages contained in StressTyp (in 2009), extracts from the information that is contained in the database. This volume will be of interest to people in the field of theoretical phonology and language typology. It will function as a reference work for these groups of researchers, but also, more generally, for people working on syntax and other fields of linguistics, who might wish to know certain basic facts about the distribution of word accent systems
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Dictionary of Composite Materials Technology

... group of atoms in the Billet A hot - worked cast or forged semifinished block of mamain group of a compound . ... See also ORIENTATION . commonly used plastics are essentially non - biodegradable , Biaxial Stress Stress in which a ...

Author: Stuart M. Lee

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0877626006

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Over 6,000 definitions of terms used in both the scientific and engineering aspects of composite materials (in its broadest sense), from simple fibrous materials to the most advanced aerospace applications. Includes listings such as smart and low observability composites, squeeze casting, LARC, PMR,
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Federal Register

Since the stress will be ( 8 ) Firemains , but not less than 150 directly proportional to the hydrostatic p . ... ( a ) structure to be tested shall not vary maMain steam piping shall be subjected to terially from those actually used .



ISBN: UIUC:30112059130234

Category: Administrative law


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David EBERHARD Mamaindé Stress : The Need for Strata ( SIL Publications in Linguistics ; 122 ) Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics , 1995 x + 159pp . ? price ISBN 1-55671-003-8 ( pb ) Contents : 1 / Introduction 2 / The Mamainde ...

Author: Albert Willem de Groot


ISBN: UCAL:B4492409

Category: Electronic journals

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International review of general linguistics.
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We classified this mamain for additional service . ... Caribbean Sea region and in the whole world of stressing that as a result of that exchange of In response to the directions of the Soviet the message from the head of the Soviet ...



ISBN: UCLA:L0070795117

Category: Cold War


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