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Steg Belsky scripsit:

> And the
> /m/-/s/ juncture seems to attract an intermediary [p], [tSampski].

This is typical of English, as shown by the common surname "Thompson",
which is "Tom's son" with an intrusive "p".  (Hi, Carlos!).
Ditto "Sampson" < "Sam's son".

Then there's Nim Chimpsky (not Chimsky), one of the first sign-language-using
apes.

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