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ve·lar

(vē'lăr),
Relating to any velum, especially the velum palati.

velar

(vē′lər)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to a velum.
b. Concerning or using the soft palate.
2. Articulated with the back of the tongue touching or near the soft palate, as (g) in good and (k) in king.
n.
A velar consonant.

ve·lar

(vē'lăr)
Relating to any velum, especially the velum palatinum.

velar

(vē′lăr) [L. velum, a veil]
Pert. to a velum or veil-like structure.
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Slotting above the Evoque and below the Sport, Velar will almost certainly be the biggest selling model of the fleet, catering more to the on-road suburbanites than the hard-core off-roaders, yet still capable under most conditions.
The name Velar pays homage to the first Range Rover prototype before pre- production mules were dressed in camo paint and followed by hordes of paparazzi.
The Velar is beautifully balanced, with optimised proportions with its Range Rover lineage being instantly recognisable from the formal, powerful volumes of the front end, through a flowing, continuous waistline, culminating in a taut and elegantly tapered rear.
To make your journey even more comfortable, Range Rover Velar provides a 970mm head clearance and 945mm knee clearance for occupants, along with exemplary loadspace of 673 litres.
A few pre-production cars escaped from the factory wearing Velar badges - and if you think early Range Rovers are changing hands for telephone number money then don't ask the price tag for an original Velar - if you can even find one of the handful believed still to be in existence.
It happens in cases when a coronal stop or nasal is followed by a labial or velar, because of vowel syncope the segments reverse their order.
The previous studies show that the VOT is shortest for bilabials, longer for alveolars, and longest for velars as shown in hierarchy: bilabial less than alveolar less than velars.
3.1 Brahui velars consist of k, g, x (kh), and [gamma] (gh), which are in contrast.
L'habitacle du Range Rover Velar respire l'elegance en toute simplicite.
The findings of this study pose a challenge for feature model (Brown 1998 2000) which predicts that a new L2 feature cannot be acquired by adult L2 learners whereas the participants of this study have acquired the feature [spread glottis] by developing two separate phonetic representations for the two allophones of English velar stop.