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Universal Grandma covers all the latest research in the field. In Pulju and Robson’s paper “Where’s me teef?”, read how Universal Grandma and the “removable dental appendage” principle are responsible for all phonetic shifts from dental to labiodental fricatives.
In Jones, et al.’s paper entitled, “Look at those chubby cheeks”, read how liquid and non-
Lastly in Downie’s essay entitled, “See when I was your age...”, read how linguistic conservatism in translation arises due to black and white films and nostalgia features.
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