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The mean sample size measured in number of complete, intelligible, nonimitative, nonelliptical utterances was 488 for the children with SLI, 492 for the ND-A children and 481 for the ND-MLU children.
We also find short exercises and entitled works in both imitative and nonimitative counterpoint, most of them similar to pieces preserved in Thomas Mulliner's organ workbook of ca.
57), and his almost exclusive focus upon the fugue in discussions of Bach's style, such that nonfugal imitation and nonimitative polyphony are essentially ignored.