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Wackernagel's law is a generalization proposed by the 19th century philologist Wackernagel concerning the position of clitics. This law says that a certain class of clitics must be the second constituent of a clause.
- Spencer, A. 1991. Morphological Theory, Blackwell, Oxford.
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