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Prologue

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Abstract

The characteristic phonological and lexical features of Australian English (AusE) and New Zealand English (NZE) have attracted a good deal of scholarly interest for about half a century, e.g., Mitchell and Delbridge 1965; Ramson 1966; Delbridge et al. 1981; Horvath 1985; Gordon and Deverson 1985; Orsman 1997. This is not surprising, given that it is in these areas that AusE and NZE are generally perceived to differ most significantly from other national varieties.

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