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STATSDJVUPDF Abramson, A.S. and Erickson, D.M. 1992, "Tone splits and voicing shifts in Thai: phonetic plausibility", in The Third International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 1-15. Chulalongkorn University. cite.
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STATSDJVUPDF Brown, J.M. 1975, "The great tone split: did it work in two opposite ways?", in Studies in Tai Linguistics in Honor of William J. Gedney, ed. J.G. Harris and J.R. Chamberlain, pp. 33-48. Central Institute of English Language. cite.
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STATSDJVUPDF Haudricourt, A.G. 1972, "Two-Way and Three-Way Splitting of Tonal Systems in Some Far Eastern Languages (translated by Christopher Court)", in A Conference on Tai Phonetics and Phonology, ed. J.G. Harris and R.B. Noss, pp. 58-86. Mahidol University. cite.
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STATS Richel, J. 1998, "Structural and functional aspects of tone split in Thai", in Acta linguistica Hafniensia : international journal of general linguistics, vol. 30, pp. 7-37. cite.
STATSDJVUPDF Thongkum, T.L. 1992, "The raising and lowering of pitch caused by a voicing distinction in sonorants (nasals and approximants): an epidemic disease in SEA languages", in The Third International Symposium on Language and Linguistics, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 1079-1088. Chulalongkorn University. cite.
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