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Journal Title: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Volume/Issue:   39 / 2
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Mah Meri
by NicoleD.Kruspe, JohnHajek
pp 241-248

Differences in Airstream and Posterior Place of Articulation among Nǀuu Clicks
by AmandaL.Miller, JohannaBrugman, BonnySands, LeviNamaseb, MatsExter, ChrisCollins
pp 129-161

The Alignment of L + H* Pitch Accents in Persian Intonation
by NimaSadat-Tehrani
pp 205-230

Response to W. J. Barry & J. Trouvain, Do We Need a Symbol for a Central Open Vowel? JIPA 38 (2008), 349–357.
by DanielRecasens
pp 231-233

Response to W. J. Barry & J. Trouvain, Do We Need a Symbol for a Central Open Vowel? JIPA 38 (2008), 349–357.
by MartinJ.Ball
pp 233-234

Mavea
by ValerieGuerin, KatsuraAoyama
pp 249-262

The Phonetics of Register in Takhian Thong Chong
by ChristianTDiCanio
pp 162-188

Estimation of Vocal Tract Steadiness in Speakers of Mandarin-Accented English
by YangChen
pp 189-204

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
 
LL Issue: 20.2483