Voiceless postalveolar affricate /t[integrale]/ is changed to voiceless velar plosive
Surprisingly, he presents plosives
followed by nasals as a type of common syllable employed by "ancient" (prisci) poets, thereby expanding Bede's dichotomy of old and new practices:
w *-ay Table 5: The comparison of the voiceless plosive
consonant between MP and ISP Voiceless plosive
consonant MP *p *t *k *[?
Voice onset time is the most commonly studied acoustic correlate of plosives
His insistent repetition of words, sounds, syllables, and stresses, his hyperbolic formulations, and his tone of dejected exhaustion all work to emphasize the Constab's initial sense of having been beaten down by "terrible strife"; and the alliteration of plosive
t's and fricative s's sonically punctuates and proclaims his sense of entrapment and pessimism.
There is for instance no evidence for the occurrence of an aspirated counterpart of the dental affricate /ts/, and the contrast between aspirated and unaspirated retroflex sounds, whether plosive
/t/ or affricate /ts/, is doubtful (and most likely allophonic), whereas the phonological contrast between the palatal affricate /tc/ and its aspirated counterpart /tch/ seems to be fully utilized: /tce:/ 'tea' vs.
The numbers of short/single plosive
tokens studied were as follows:
3] Table 2: Performance improvement in plosives
consonants when using relevant maps instead of conventional method for selecting input features.
My father killed himself , Stanley says, before I was --then the small ocean and shores of his lips and tongue, and their surrounding silver whisker, work, B for Boy, B for Bobcat, I watch the plosive
begin to come in, sea hem, and pull back, and come in, and then wash all the way in, before I was born , he says --and in public.
Eriksmoen crept in from one side of the stage while Iversen stalked around the other, both uttering the plosive
syllables ("Pa-pa-pa-pa") that serve as a mating call for the pair.
Melody in words was music enough, syncopation of five metrical feet orchestrated line by line in a sough of Muse-enchanted spirit, or the ruder clash of plosive
The alliteration of Hence and heaven is mild, being separated by three feet; but "plastic power," in the second line, is a plosive
on two stresses in a row.