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Excerpt from The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Vol. 7: Bareilly to Berasia
It should also be noted that, whereas in Indian words the accent or stress is distributed almost equally on each syllable, in Burmese there is a tendency to throw special stress on the last syllable.
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