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any of several different crystalline forms of the same chemical compound

a variant phonological representation of a morpheme

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Fourth remark: Suffix--vel is characterized by allomorphy: when appearing at the end of the word, its form is--vel; in the middle of the word, it is --bil--.
Complexity in nominal plural allomorphy. In Matti Miestamo, Kaius Sinnemaki & Fred Karlsson (eds.), Language complexity: Typology, contact, change, 243-262.
The first is the stem allomorphy of certain noun and verb stems via final vowel elision and vocalic alternation.
In this analysis, we follow Baydimirova's (2010) understanding of allomorphy, which takes into account a systematic relation of prefixal forms in all their meanings, spatial and non-spatial.
Various scholars have addressed the problem of the allomorphy at issue here, but their grouping criteria have differed and no one scheme has proven truly satisfactory (cf.
the attested forms in -hisi) was restored secondarily in order to avoid allomorphy.
Their specific topics include laryngeal under-specification and richness of the base, underlying representations that do not minimize grammatical violations, selection rather than optimization of allomorphy, Yowlumne capacity and the enriched input model, derived environmental effects and consistency of exponence, colored turbid accents and containment, freedom and the ability to interpret, restraint of analysis, ternary rhythm, representational complexity in syllable structure, restricting GEN, division of labor between segment-internal structure and violable constraints, and variables in optimality theory.
'Avoidance of the marked' in Miya pluractional allomorphy. In Phonological Answers, Aniko Csirmaz, Zhiqiang Li, Andrew Nevins, Olga Vaysman, and Michael Wagner (eds.), 1 42.
Marlett); "An OT Account of Laryngealization in Cuzco Quechua" (Steve Parker); "High Pitch as a Mark of Respect in Lachixio Zapotec" (Jan Persons); and "Rule-Governed Allomorphy Can Be Suppletive Also" (David Tuggy).
We speak in such cases of inflectional allomorphy (see Dressler 2015: [section] 2.2).
Productive morphophonemics resulting in complex allomorphy of bound and free morphemes.
The necessity of second order schemas for allomorphy and inflectional patterns is argued for in (Kapatsinski 2013; Nesset 2008).