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Another idea can be projected that whenever linearity is violated in sibilants metathesis in Balochi, in a cluster of stop - fricative, stop occupies onset position that is a favorable position for a stop (10a and b).
that at the time of the Ashoka inscriptions the clusters with sibilants had already been changed except in Girnar (south-west) and Shahbazgarhi (north-west).
While ensuring the clean enunciation of sibilants and other phonemes is a desirable accomplishment for professional solo vocalists, it involves a further consideration for choirs and choral conductors.
Alliteration of stressed words in Pearl provides themes for the phonetic design of the line unit in particular, as in line one above, where the alliterating unvoiced sibilant ss are variously supported by the unvoiced plosive ps and ts and liquid rs: Fro spot, spirit, ther sprang, space; in line two, where the alliterating series involves consonantal progression from front to back, moving from the labial stop b, to alveolar stop d (body, bod) and to palatal stop k (balke); and in the opposite direction in line three, where the palatal gs are followed by front stops t, n, and d (goste, gon, and Godez).
Exercises that might help develop this control include sustained vocalizing on lip or tongue trills, raspberries, and voiced fricatives or sibilants (/v/ or /z/).
Since the translation does not seem to have been intended as a literary rendering, (4) it is difficult to see the advantage in changing all German sibilants (represented by s, z, and ss) into sch yielding monstrosities like tschunachscht (= zunachst), which are not easy to recognize even for a native speaker.
Perhaps diction could have been clearer, but this may be due to the sibilants of Neil Jenkins' otherwise gratifyingly intelligent English translation.
And then the whispering, the hissing and spitting of sibilants into my ear and down my neck.
The forms are odd because they end in two sibilants.
In the next apartment, you hear the grunt at the center of a noun or verb where the thing or action was not yet composed, and you hear the constricted throat in a series of angry sibilants flowing together through porous concrete.
Livonian and Saltna Leivu share their characteristic shift of sibilants from palatalized alveolar to prepalatal [s] and [z].
5), with the phonetic correspondence of the three non-emphatic unvoiced sibilants suggested by Beeston: south Arabian [s.