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To acquire this habit from a scampering ancestor, certain morphological modifications were necessary.
Usually animals of extreme morphological specialization are much restricted environmentally.
The species Dipodomys ordii is divisible into six complexes, or groups, of subspecies on both geographic and morphological bases.
Such examples as these are hardly true evidences of a morphological influence exerted by one language on another.
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I have already pointed out in passing that English has taken over a certain number of morphological elements from French.
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Yet certain morphological distributions are too specific in character to be so lightly dismissed.
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They will still have in common certain fundamental morphological features, but it will be difficult to know how to evaluate them.
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It is now a strictly morphological process, not in the least a mechanical phonetic adjustment.
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Here for the first time a system is propounded which is based definitely upon morphological observation.
But here, too, the time was not yet ripe for a morphological understanding of the structure.

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