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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glottalise.

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  • If this is true, the first stage of the shift, voiceless stops to voiceless fricatives, happened as normal, but the glottalised stops were merely weakened to aspirated stops (or not even -- English still glottalises these stops in coda position), and the voiced stops did not change.

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