Quest in PHONOLOGY

Phonology

inserted reference to Quest and CATEGORIES OF MY WORK

and phonetic typing
as article inclusion by Henryk Szubinski

A BASIC FORMAT FOR STORE OF DATA AS RELATED TO BY THE CATEGORIES OF A REPEAT VALUE SUCH AS FLYING CARS OR THE FORCE FIELD AS WELL AS FASTER THAN LIGHT SPEED DISPLACEMENTS, PLASMA TECHNOLOGY SUCH AS LITE SABRES AND THE ANTI GRAVITY THEORETICS WHICH HAVE UNDERLYING PROINCIPLES IN THE USAGE OF THEORETICAL ASTROPHYSICS BASED ON THE VALUES OF THE MORPHENE AS = DISPLACEMENTS AND THEIR REDUCTION PROBLEMS AS RELATED TO THE UNIVERSE AS A UNDERLYING FORMAT FOR THE WHOLE WORK REPRSENTED IN ITS THOUSANDS AS THE SYSTEMS WHERE THE BASIC VERRIDE IS THE TO PROOVE THE EXISTANCE OF A FORCE THAT WILL ALTER THE VALUES FOR PROBLEMS INTO VALUES FOR APPLICATIONS.
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AS A BASIC DOCTORATE FOR THE TYPE OF PHILOSOPHY OF MORPHOLOGY AND UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES IN THEIR LIMITED VALUES THOUGH APPLICABLE IN EVERY NATURAL SCIENCE.
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In some models of phonology as well as morphophonology, the underlying representation (UR) or underlying form (UF) of a word or morpheme is the abstract form the word or morpheme is postulated to have before any phonological rules have applied to it. If more rules apply to the same form, they can apply wholly independently of each other or in a feeding or counterbleeding order. The underlying representation of a morpheme is considered to be invariable across related forms (except in cases of suppletion), despite alternations among various allophones on the surface.
In many cases, the underlying form is simply the phonemic form. For example, in many varieties of American English the phoneme /t/ in a word like wet can surface either as a glottalized [tˀ] or as a flap [ɾ], depending on environment: [ˈwɛtˀ] wet vs. [ˈwɛɾɚ] wetter. In both cases, however, the underlying representation of the morpheme wet is the same: its phonemic form /wɛt/.
In other cases, phonological rules may change the phonemes involved. In such cases, pipes (“|”) or double slashes may be used in transcription to distinguish the underlying form from its phonemic realization. An example is the word cats, which has the phonemic representation /ˈkæts/. If we take the underlying form of the English plural suffix to a ‘z’ sound, as many phonologists do, then the underlying form would be

//ˈkætz//.

the point to be made here is that the phonetic is equal to Quest

phonetics are also used in court systems by a repporter which sits at the side of the Djudge and writes down everything in a fast and compact style that can be read just as well as the real data.This is done by a special typewriter.
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This discrepancy cannot be avoided by choosing a different underlying form of the plural: If we assume it is an ‘s’ sound, as it’s spelled, then the word dogs, phonemically /ˈdɒɡz/, would have the underlying form //ˈdɒɡs// (in both cases, there has been progressive assimilation of the final segment). As this example illustrates, the underlying form of a morpheme is a theoretical construct, and depends on the analysis that is used.
Sandhi, such as the tone sandhi of the Chinese languages, is another phonological process that changes the phonemes of a morpheme from its underlying form.

data courtesy of Wikipedia
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