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Proposition 20. There exists a simple language in which no word is amorphic. PROOF. Let us consider the same language as in the proof of Proposition 18. In view of that proposition and since each amorphic word is perfect, it follows that the considered language is simple, but no word is amorphic. A language is said to be purely paradigmatic if S = E . A word x is said to be purely paradigmatic if S(x) = {x}. Proposition 21. Any purely paradigmatic language is completely homogeneous. PROOF. The proof follows immediately from Proposition 7 Proposition 22.

Hence the partitions P and S are finer than R. Proposition 4. There exists a language nor S are regularly finer than R. {r,P , @}, where neither P PROOF. Let r = { a , b, c } , P(a) = P(b) = { a , b } , P(c) = {c}, @ = {ab, ac}. We have S(a) = { a } , S(b) = S(c) = {b, c} and R(a)= R(b)= R(c)= r. On one hand, S(a) C R ( a ) 2 S(b), but S(a) and S(b) are not S-equivalent, since S’ = S (in view of Corollary 2) and S(b) # S(a). Thus, S is not regularly finer than R. On the other hand, P(a) C R ( a ) 2 P(c), but P(a) and P(c) are not P-equivalent, since the P-structure P(a)P(c) is marked, whereas the P-structure P(c)P(c)is unmarked.

B(x,) is also marked. Lemma 2”. Let A be finer than B and let x E T and y E T. IfA(u) C B(x) implies that A ( y ) is A-dominated by A(u), then B(x) B-dominates B(y). Lemma 3’. Let A be finer than B and let x E T and y E T. If A ( u ) C_ B(x) implies that A(u) A-dominates A(y) and if A ( v ) G B(y) implies that A ( v ) A-dominates A(x), then B(x) and B(y) are B-equivalent. Corollary 1’. If A is regularly finer than B and if there exist x E T and y E T such that A ( x ) and A ( y ) are A-equivalent, then B(x) and B(y) are B-equivalent.

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