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Some linguists ( such as Roman Jakobson, Morris Halle, and Noam Chomsky ) consider phonemes to be further decomposable into features, such features being the true minimal constituents of language.
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Some linguists believe the case for either interpretation is about equally strong ; they have been called the " skeptics ".
Some linguists restrict the double-dot subscript ⟨⟩ to murmured sonorants, such as vowels and nasals, which are murmured throughout their duration, and use the superscript hook-aitch ⟨⟩ for the breathy-voiced release of obstruents.
Some linguists, such as John DeFrancis and J. Marshall Unger have argued that genuine ideographic writing systems with the same capacities as natural languages do not exist.
Some linguists classify Northern Khmer as a separate, but closely related language rather than a dialect.
Some linguists do not differentiate between languages and dialects, i. e. languages are dialects and vice versa.
Some linguists, such as John McWhorter, have analyzed the evolution and construction of basic communication methods such as Pidginization and Creolization.
The first steps towards the finalization of Interlingua were taken in 1937, when a committee of 24 eminent linguists from 19 universities published Some Criteria for an International Language and Commentary.
Some other linguists, such as Antoine Meillet, also considered Macedonian dialects as comprising an independent language group distinct from both Bulgarian and Serbian.
Some linguists advocated dropping the verb " to be " from the English language, leaving " E Prime ", supposedly less prone to bad abstractions.
Some Polish linguists ridiculed attempts to create a standardized form of Kashubian / Pomeranian, and tried to discredit those Kashubian authors who worked on it.
Some linguists ( e. g. Ruhlen 1994 ) claim that this difficulty can be overcome by means of mass comparison and internal reconstruction ( cf.
Some linguists have come to actually view the numeral as the head in this relationship to fit the rigid right-branching of these languages.
Some linguists maintain that Uralic and Altaic are related through a larger family, such as Eurasiatic or Nostratic, within which Uralic and Altaic are no more closely related to each other than either is to any other member of the proposed family, for instance than Uralic or Altaic is to Indo-European ( e. g. Greenberg 2000: 17 ).
Some modern linguists have suggested that the two variant Greek Keltoi and Galatai have a common origin.
Some linguists have argued that it was the more-common Low Malay that formed the base of the Indonesian language.
Some other linguists have argued, however, that some of these properties have been misanalyzed, and that others are actually expected under current theories of Universal Grammar.
Some modern linguists derive it and its Greek root from the Proto-Indo-European root * tel, ' to uphold, support '; others suggest that it is a pre-Indo-European name.
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Some of them are obvious, such as the fact that we associate recorded and live music with our responses and behavior in different types of environments and social settings.
Some recreation features, such as scenic values and water interest, also have greater overall value than other interests.
Some areas may provide archeological values such as ancient Indian village sites or hunting areas, caves, artifacts, etcetera.
Some vocational training schools provide such training, but the current need exceeds the facilities.
Some anthropologists, such as Lloyd Fallers and Clifford Geertz, focused on processes of modernization by which newly independent states could develop.
Some, such as the spadefoot toads, have strong biting jaws and are carnivorous or even cannibalistic.
Some of these have specific adaptations such as enlarged teeth for biting or spines on the chest, arms or thumbs.
Some salamanders adopt defensive poses when faced by a potential predator such as the North American northern short-tailed shrew ( Blarina brevicauda ).
Some jurisdictions have specialized appellate courts, such as the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, which only hears appeals raised in criminal cases, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which has general jurisdiction but derives most of its caseload from patent cases, on the other hand, and appeals from the Court of Federal Claims on the other.
Some adaptations of the Latin alphabet are augmented with ligatures, such as æ in Old English and Icelandic and Ȣ in Algonquian ; by borrowings from other alphabets, such as the thorn þ in Old English and Icelandic, which came from the Futhark runes ; and by modifying existing letters, such as the eth ð of Old English and Icelandic, which is a modified d. Other alphabets only use a subset of the Latin alphabet, such as Hawaiian, and Italian, which uses the letters j, k, x, y and w only in foreign words.
Some alphabets today, such as the Hanuno ' o script, are learned one letter at a time, in no particular order, and are not used for collation where a definite order is required.
Some of the oldest and most widespread stories in the world are stories of adventure such as Homer's The Odyssey.
Some are no more than a widening of a stream valley ; others, such as the Konya Ovasi, are large basins of inland drainage or are the result of limestone erosion.
Some of these churches are known as Anglican, such as the Anglican Church of Canada, due to their historical link to England ( Ecclesia Anglicana means " English Church ").
Some meals are communal, such as fondue, where a pot is set in the middle of the table for each person to dip into.
Some high mountain villages, such as Avoriaz ( in France ) Wengen and Zermatt ( in Switzerland ) are accessible only by cable car or cog-rail trains, and are car free.
Some belief systems, such as those in the Abrahamic tradition, hold that the dead go to a specific plane of existence after death, as determined by a god, gods, or other divine judgment, based on their actions or beliefs during life.
Some sects, such as the Universalists, believe in universalism that all souls will ultimately be saved and that there are no torments of hell.
Some of these beliefs, such as Pelagianism and semi-Pelagianism ( see below ) are not considered to be within Arminian orthodoxy and are dealt with elsewhere.
Some Arminians, such as professor and theologian Robert Picirilli, reject the doctrine of open theism as a " deformed Arminianism ".