homorganic

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homorganic

 [hom″or-gan´ik]
produced by the same or by homologous organs.

hom·or·gan·ic

(hom'ōr-gan'ik),
Produced by the same organs, or by homologous organs.

homorganic

/hom·or·gan·ic/ (hom″or-gan´ik) produced by the same organ or by homologous organs.

hom·or·gan·ic

(hom'ōr-gan'ik)
Produced by the same organs, or by homologous organs.

homorganic

produced by the same or by homologous organs.
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In Balochi, nasals with different place of articulation exchange their places.
Concerning the role of the acoustic cues that mark the place of articulation, despite the perceptual differences related to the obstruents place of articulation, it is not fully understood how such differences are perceptually established in adults (MILLER; NICELY, 1955; WANG; BILGER, 1973; WINTERS, 2000).
More recently, Winters (2000) found that labial obstruents are typically more salient as place of articulation, whereas velar obstruents are described as less salient consonants.
Thus, the clinical use of nasometry to infer adequacy of velopharyngeal function for speech is not recommended while at presence of post-uvular place of articulation.
That Juan Rulfo would be overly concerned with Japanese photography is risible but by bringing details from the place of articulation together with the topoi of the appropriated setting, the novel creates a historiography that dialogues with the constraints and privileges of a specific historiography.
Because of their appropriation of realistic effects from early twentieth century Japan and their place of articulation within the published fiction of Latin American literature, the Bellatin's novels make at least partial claims to truth.
Out of 24 substitutions, 17 (71%) involved the place of articulation (for example: [s] [right arrow] [[integral]]), 6 (25%) involving voicing ([v] [right arrow] [[PHI]]), 1 (4%) involving both the place of articulation and voicing ([z] [right arrow] [[integral]]).
The principal findings regarding VOT with respect to place of articulation of stops are: (1) the further back the closure, the longer the VOT (Fischer-Jorgensen, 1954; Peterson and Lehiste, 1960); (2) the more extended the contact area, the longer the VOT (Stevens, Keyser and Kawasaki, 1986); and (3) the faster the movement of the articulator, the shorter the VOT (Hardcastle, 1973).
According to their approach, there are markedness constraints regulating voicing on [-son] segments that are relativized to place of articulation, and are assumed to be arranged in a fixed ranking.
11) According to her results, the English /u/ in two is articulated with a higher F2 (more forward) than /u/ in boo, because in English, the coronal consonant affects the place of articulation of the vowel and brings it forward, and the labial consonant has much less effect on the vowel.
Instead, they oppose a series of voiceless stops, henceforth referred to as the/P/class, with a series of phonemes that is represented by a ser of allophones (ora subset thereof), which, for the labial place of articulation, is [[?
Virtual point of convergence of the second and third formant transitions of vowels, which according to Delattre, serves as an acoustic cue to the place of articulation of consonants.