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become dissimilar by changing the sound qualities

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make dissimilar

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If questioning how (gender) policies can be changed, it is not only inevitable to find out which knowledge is required, but how the actors might acquire this (new) knowledge: It must be examined where the knowledge in this policy field usually originates from, which the influential think tanks are, and how the knowledge is dissimilated and by whom.
na- (ganljan 'slay') as dissimilated from the intensive stem *jan[?
Also, dissimilated forms have been separated as in the case of [?
Nevertheless the supposed dissimilation process has no exact parallels in Middle Indic; moreover, the assumption of an analogical generalization of the dissimilated stem is not so obvious from a psychological point of view: indeed, it may be thought that morphological analogy would have rather tended to restore the undissimilated form in the 2nd singular.
Here GaB pays too much attention to the suggestion that the initial 'ayin might be a dissimilated prosthetic aleph.
According to Barth, la sometimes dissimilated to li, resulting in forms such as [delta]alika (ms).
9): _[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] M163:24 is not equivalent to _[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], but is either a shortened and dissimilated form of _[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] by dissimilation of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and assimilation of [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], or stands for _[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] meaning "before"; cf.
For example, with the deictic element h' it forms the adverb hkh or h(')k' "here, hither," (3) which appears in Classical Syriac in a dissimilated variant hrk' (4) and in modern West Aramaic (e.
fuldoer, dissimilated from *furdaer; Thordarson 1989a: 465)