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Some linguists argue that consonant clusters should be restricted to those that occur within one syllable. [modifier] Consonant clusters crosslinguistically. Languages' phonotactics differ as to what consonant clusters. — “Utilisateur:Croquant/Traductions/1 - Wikipédia”, fr.wikipedia.org
Wetzels has received numerous research grants, most recently a VU University research grant for an AIO-project on Aymara Morphophonology and the NWO The project aims at establishing the phonological and morphological parameters that are crosslinguistically involved in long-distance nasal spreading. — “Leo Wetzels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Encyclopedia article on Danish-English pidgin. English employs periphrastic constructions involving the verb to do for forming questions, a rare feature crosslinguistically. — “Dunglish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org