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Journal Title: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Volume/Issue:   37/3
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: Reassociated tones and coalescent syllables in Naxi (Tibeto-Burman)
by Alexis Michaud, He Xueguang
pp 237-255

Intonational diglossia: a case study of Glasgow
by Alan Cruttenden
pp 257-274

Quality of back vowels before /r/ in the American Inland North
by Michael J. Clark, James M. Hillenbrand
pp 275-291

Variation and change in the trap and strut vowels of RP: a real time comparison of five acoustic data sets
by Anne H Fabricius
pp 293-320

The case for the epsilon symbol (ε) in RP
by Holger Schmitt
pp 321-328

Liverpool English
by Kevin Watson
pp 351-360

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
 
LL Issue: 18.3776