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ar·tic·u·la·to·ry

(ar-tik'yū-lă-tō-rē),
Relating to articulate speech.
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Hence, any memory effects that remain under concurrent articulation must have a nonarticulatory origin, as opposed to those that are eliminated by the procedure and are thus considered to be articulatorily based.
Articulatorily speaking, while [t] is typically dental, [d] is alveolar (Sulkala, Karjalainen 1992).
As Isac and Reiss note, the phenomenon of allophones demonstrate the "construction of experience" that is intrinsic to phonological representations in that two sounds that, in reality, are acoustically and articulatorily different, are perceived as the same.