1. syllable.
2. syllabus.
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I see also that a slow talker of English utters 2-3 syllables per second, a medium talker makes her points in about 3-4 syll./sec., and a fast talker ejects them at a clip of 5-9 syll./sec.
Al ano siguiente se conforma el primer gobierno comunal, donde participan diversos representantes de la mayoria de los syll s (Ticona y Albo 1997).
Constraint ranking: TROCH >> NON-INI Optimal candidate: /'dzulai/ Table 3: Emergence of ma'dam Input /'maedem/ * Output /mae'da:m/ NON-INI WTS P SYLL (i) ('maeda:m) *!
Diolch i staff Cartref Park Lodge ac Lodge Trefnant, yn yr syll cymunedol a staff meddygfa Bron Y Ffynnon am eu gofal caredig o Aneurin.
Within an echeme, the first opening hemisyllable was the longest opening hemisyllable and the last closing hemisyllable, by far the longest closing hemisyllable (syllable periods 20.1 [+ or -] 0.7 ms, 18.1 [+ or -] 0.4 ms, 21.G [+ or -] 0.7ms, n = 1G each; measured from wing movements; durations of opening and closing hemisyllables: 1st syll. 6.6 ms, 8.8 ms; 2nd a syll.