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Synonyms for peripheral

Synonyms for peripheral

on or near an edge or constituting an outer boundary

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related to the key issue but not of central importance

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Evidence for this in spoken Iwaidja comes not only from analysis of pitch accent placement (Birch 2000), but also from observations regarding variation in the quality of vowels, which tend to be peripheralised in accented syllables, and centralised or deleted in metrically weak syllables (Birch 2002a).
19) On the other hand it was found that vowels are peripheralised when they occur in syllables aligned with pitch accents.
Karen Wigen has shown how the central mountain territories and the Japan Sea coast became increasingly peripheralised during the nineteenth century as economic and trade networks focused on the Pacific coastal region.
as found in Gourdon, Kincardineshire (Mather and Speitel 1986: 79-80) would front directly not to /y/, but /Y/, which, depending how high in absolute terms it was, could become either /y/ or /o/ if it became peripheralised, as when lengthened.
Will we be the "new" university peripheralised by the "proper" universities?