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DISCOURSE ANALYSIS: RECURRENT INTONATION PATTERNS IN THE KENNEDY/NIXON DEBATES (Script Oralia, 4). Katherina Nanov-Schwehr. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1988. Pp. 173.

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Pilch, H. (1980). English intonation as phonological structure. Word, 31, 5567.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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DISCOURSE ANALYSIS: RECURRENT INTONATION PATTERNS IN THE KENNEDY/NIXON DEBATES (Script Oralia, 4). Katherina Nanov-Schwehr. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1988. Pp. 173.
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