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1.1 Hattic vocalism
1.2 Hattic consonantism
2 Previously proposed West Caucasian attribution
2.1 General remarks
2.2 Structural features and morphosyntax
2.3 Hattic–WCauc. root etymologies
2.4 Conclusions
3 Previously proposed Kartvelian attribution
4 Sino-Caucasian hypothesis
4.2 Phonetic correspondences
4.2.2 Consonantism Labials Dentals Alveolar, post-alveolar and palatal affricates Other front consonants Laterals Clusters with *w xK(w)-clusters ST-clusters lC- and rC-clusters NC-clusters Clusters with laryngeals
4.3 Root structure
5 Hattic–Sino-Caucasian root comparisons
5.1 Roots with reliable SCauc. cognates
5.2 Loans, dubia, and roots without etymology
7 Contacts with neighboring languages
8.2 Geographical problem
9 Phonetic symbols. Language name abbreviations. References
9.1 Phonetic symbols (selectively)
9.2 Language name abbreviations
9.3 References
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