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The Neogrammarians were a group of German linguists in the late 19th century who proposed that sound changes in language occur in a systematic and exceptionless manner. They argued that linguistic evolution is gradual and phonetic laws apply universally, without exceptions. This approach significantly influenced the development of historical linguistics and the study of language change.
 
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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-05-23