apico-alveolar love

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  • Thus, to labor the point, /t/ (written between slanted lines when a phoneme, between square brackets when a phonetic element) is an unvoiced, non-nasal (or oral) apico-alveolar stop.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus, to labor the point, /t/ (written between slanted lines when a phoneme, between square brackets when a phonetic element) is an unvoiced, non-nasal (or oral) apico-alveolar stop.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus, to labor the point, /t/ (written between slanted lines when a phoneme, between square brackets when a phonetic element) is an unvoiced, non-nasal (or oral) apico-alveolar stop.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Thus, to labor the point, /t/ (written between slanted lines when a phoneme, between square brackets when a phonetic element) is an unvoiced, non-nasal (or oral) apico-alveolar stop.

    No Uncertain Terms

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