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An attempt is made in this paper to examine whether strong or weak licensing capacity in a phonological domain is an inherent abstract property assigned by UG irrespective of languages or conditioned by phonetic factors. It is the normal case for languages to have homogeneous voice clusters, which are created by spreading both values of the [+/-voice] feature over the entire cluster, usually in a regressive fashion. Assamese exhibits the instance of regressive voicing assimilation, in which itdoi:10.5296/ijl.v4i2.1795 fatcat:yz5vbwxptze6fj2rkfsjwyortu