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The language-specific nature of phonological categories: evidence from the interaction of laryngographic closed quotient values with manner of articulation. Barry Heselwood 1 , Janet Watson 2 , Munira Al-Azraqi 3 , Samia Na ïm 4 & Reem Maghrabi 5

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The language-specific nature of phonological categories: evidence from the interaction of laryngographic closed quotient values with manner of articulation

Barry Heselwood 1, Janet Watson2, Munira Al-Azraqi3, Samia Naïm4 & Reem Maghrabi5

1 University of Leeds; 2 University of Salford; 3 Dammam University, Saudi Arabia; 4 Laboratoire de langues et civilisations à tradition orale, Centre national de la recherchescientifique, Paris; King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia, LabPhon 13, Stuttgart, July 2012

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