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  • v. Present participle of geminate.


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  • If not, then this could be only a case of geminating the /k/ in final position and releasing it with a short voicleess vowel schwa.

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  • In some cases, this type of harrow can be run over the actual crop rows from several days after planting up until the seedlings are a few centimeters tall to control early geminating weeds or to break up any soil crusting.

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