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In all words, primary stress occurs on the left-most superheavy syllable, else on the left-most heavy syllable, else on the initial syllable.

Hyman, Larry. 1977. On the nature of linguistic stress. Studies in stress and accent: Southern California Occasional Papers in Linguistics 4 ed. by Larry Hyman. Los Angeles: Dept. of Linguistics, University of Southern California.
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Bailey, Todd M. 1995. Nonmetrical Constraints on Stress. Doctoral dissertation, Univerisity of Minnesota. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI.
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Unbounded, QS, trochaic if LL, left if HH (v1) theory: StressTyp Parameters

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