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What does %V actually measure?

Renwick, Margaret E. L.

Taken together, the lines of work summarized here continue to demonstrate that, despite the fact that both users and scholars of language have powerful intuitions about differences in rhythm across languages, it remains an open question whether those differences can be laid entirely at the feet of phonotactic structure, or whether there are some additional phonetic implementation differences across languages that might underlie these perceived rhythmic differences. 

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