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[4221]   Clements, George N. (1972) : The verbal syntax of Ewe
[4222]   Clements, George N. (1974) : Vowel harmony in Ewe
[4223]   Clements, George N. (1975) : The logophoric pronoun in Ewe: its role in discourse
[4224]   Clements, George N. (1978) : Syllable and mora in Luganda
[4227]   Clements, George N. (1981) : An outline of Luganda syllable structure
[4229]   Clements, George N. (1984) : Vowel harmony in Akan: a consideration of Stewart’s word structure conditions
[4230]   Clements, George N. (1984) : Binding domains in Kikuyu
[4231]   Clements, George N. (1984) : Principles of tone assignement in Kikuyu
[4232]   Clements, George N. (1985) : Akan vowel harmony: a nonlinear analysis
[4233]   Clements, George N. (1986) : Compensatory lengthening and consonant gemination in Luganda
[4234]   Clements, George N. (1989) : African linguistics and its contributions to linguistic theory
[4236]   Clements, George N. (1991) : Vowel height assimilation in Bantu languages
[4237]   Clements, George N. (1992) : Vowel height assimilation in Bantu languages
[4238]   Clements, George N. (1993) : Un modèle hiérarchique de l’aperture vocalique: le cas bantou
[4239]   Clements, George N. (1997) : Berber syllabification: derivations or constraints?
[23624]   Clements, George N. (1991) : Downdrift in a tone language with four tone levels
[23958]   Clements, George N. (1981) : Akan vowel harmony: a nonlinear analysis
[25496]   Clements, George N. & Annie Rialland (2007) : Africa as a phonological area
[4226]   Clements, George N. & John Anton Goldsmith (1980) : What is downstep? A reply to Clark
[4228]   Clements, George N. & John Anton Goldsmith (Ed) (1984) : Autosegmental studies in Bantu tone
[4225]   Clements, George N. & Kevin C. Ford (1979) : Kikuyu tone shift and its synchronic consequences
[14068]   Clements, George N. & Kevin C. Ford (1977) : On the phonological status of downstep in Kikuyu
[4235]   Clements, George N. & Remi Sonaiya (1990) : Underlying feature representation in Yoruba
[23512]   Clements, George N. & Sylvester Nhneanothu Osu (2005) : Nasal harmony in Ikwere, a language with no phonemic nasal consonants