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TD)-deletion is a well-known variable phonological process subject to the influence of both external social factors and internal structural constraints, including phonetic environmental and morphosyntactic effects. Its profile of variation has been widely investigated in American English dialects. However, it interacts with another grammatical process --the affixation of the regular Pasttense marker, final /-t, -d/ --that strongly distinguishes these dialects from Englishrelated creoles, wheredoi:10.1017/s095439450000051x fatcat:6gyz5vcnsfddvkwdyzif7k4gmy