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LINGUIST List 16.2549

Sat Sep 03 2005

Qs: Smalley's Manual of Articulatory Phonetics

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        1.    Matthew T. Bradley, Smalley's Manual of Articulatory Phonetics

Message 1: Smalley's Manual of Articulatory Phonetics
Date: 03-Sep-2005
From: Matthew T. Bradley <matbradlindiana.edu>
Subject: Smalley's Manual of Articulatory Phonetics

Does anyone have any idea where I can get the audio portion of William
Smalley's "Manual of Articulatory Phonetics"? My university library has the
book portion but I have yet to encounter the audio in any format.


Matthew T. Bradley
Department of Anthropology
Indiana University-Bloomington

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics

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