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  • v. Present participle of palatalize.


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  • For example, based on the diagram above, we could imagine that satem languages emerged first as Late Indo-European dialects that happened to venture into the "palatalizing" region, or in other words, the region where palatalized phonemes were distinct sounds in the phonologies of unknown ancient languages already spoken there that preceded IE.

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  • They currently provide a host of services including repacking services if a company's freight requires special handling such as segregation and palatalizing.

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  • Albert came to Kansas City as a teenager from the Dominican Republic, and he still speaks with a thick accent, palatalizing his final n's, so that they sound kind of like ng's or gn's.

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