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  patois
  patoisant1
  patoisant2
  patron
  patronyme
  pattern
  paucal
pause
  pédagogie
  pédagogique
  péjoratif
  péjoration
  pensée
  pénultième1
  pénultième2

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pause

Fr    pause

nS

Related term(s): apposition, hesitation, separation

Source(s): Brown & Yule 1983: 160f.; Clark & Clark 1977: 261-262 (also "conventional pause", "filled pause", "silent pause"); Crystal 2003: 341 (also "pausal phenomenon", "silent pause", "filled pause"); Doke 1935: 162; Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 187 (metric pause, verbal pause); ELL: 2993-2994 (also "filled pause", "silent pause"); Hamp 1963: 43 (also "pause-pitch"); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 166; Kess 1992: 56-57; Levinson 1983: 326-327; MacKay 1989: 205; Matthews 1981: 32 (pause-pitch); Matthews 1997: 270 (also "silent pause"), 390 (unfilled pause); Mclaughlin 1984: 111 (hesitation pause, switching pause); Nash 1968: 171; Onishi 1981: 410-412 (also "pausation", "grammatical pause", "metrical pause"); Pei & Gaynor 1954: 162 (pause-pitch); Quirk etal. 1985: 1605; Richards etal. 1992: 267 (also "pausing", "silent pause", "filled pause"); Trask 1996: 259 (also "pause (v.i.)", "pausal", "silent pause", "filled pause")

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  patois2
  patronymic
  pattern1
  pattern (as)
  pattern2
  patterning
  paucal
pause
  peak
  peak of the syllable
  pedagogic(al)
  pedagogy
  peer group
  pejoration
  pejorative

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