Acoustic Rhymer - Billy ;Bushwalla; Galewood - Autodidactical, Freestyle and Radical (CD, Album)

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  8. Zulugrel says:
    Full-rhymes, and half-rhymes (regardless of the level of phonological/acoustic similarity between their final consonants) are treated as the same, hence ERPs to these conditions are similar. Final consonants for full-rhymes and half-rhymes are treated as a separate grammatical marker that determines whether the word/sequence is musically.
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