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Postadjectival
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Modifiers normally precede the adjective which they modify. Exceptions include: the modifier genôchenough, the modifier sa ... mooglikas ... as possible and modifiers accompanied by clauses.

Arguments of the prenominal modifier such as the equative or comparative phrase may appear postnominally.

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    phonology
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