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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Dialects in Modern Irish It is customary to discuss Modern Irish in terms of three dialects: Munster (An Mhumhain), Connacht, and Donegal (Dun na nGall). Linguistically, the differences between the dialects conform to a broad (but not universal) principle that the&nbsp;Munster dialects are more conservative in morphology than Connacht and Ulster,&nbsp;but can be more innovative in phonology. A selection of features is considered here.\n \nPhonology\n \nThe position of the stress accent offers a useful range of comparative evidence. In Munster the stress is usually on the first syllable, as in capall /\'kapoU, but in a disyllabic or trisyllabic word it is on the second syllable if that syllable is long, as in&nbsp;hradan /\'bradfin/. When the stress is on the second syllable and it begins with /r l n/,&nbsp;the preceding vowel is often syncopated, as in craiste &lt; carraiste. Elsewhere, the stress&nbsp;is invariably on the first syllable. The effect of the initial stress pattern seems to hav') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Dialects in Modern Irish It is customary to discuss Modern Irish in terms of three dialects: Munster (An Mhumhain), Connacht, and Donegal (Dun na nGall). Linguistically, the differences between the dialects conform to a broad (but not universal) principle that the&nbsp;Munster dialects are more conservative in morphology than Connacht and Ulster,&nbsp;but can be more innovative in phonology. A selection of features is considered here.\n \nPhonology\n \nThe position of the stress accent offers a useful range of comparative evidence. In Munster the stress is usually on the first syllable, as in capall /\'kapoU, but in a disyllabic or trisyllabic word it is on the second syllable if that syllable is long, as in&nbsp;hradan /\'bradfin/. When the stress is on the second syllable and it begins with /r l n/,&nbsp;the preceding vowel is often syncopated, as in craiste &lt; carraiste. Elsewhere, the stress&nbsp;is invariably on the first syllable. The effect of the initial stress pattern seems to hav') AND id != 37874 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 00:45:58' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5