(1) Patterns that can be measured on laboratory instruments are generally regarded as part of phonetics , whereas phonological patterns tend to be more abstract and idealized.(2) Dan is now a distinguished specialist on Amazonian languages and professor of phonetics and phonology at the fine Department of Linguistics at the University of Manchester in England.(3) Transcribed excerpts of the lyrics will be analyzed with respect to phonetics , phonology, morpho-syntax, prosody, and lexis.(4) a phonetics laboratory(5) Panini was a Sanskrit grammarian who gave a comprehensive and scientific theory of phonetics , phonology, and morphology.(6) Those of us here on Language Log who cite exotic languages or talk about phonetics frequently use the International Phonetic Alphabet.(7) Consequently we, or at least most phoneticians , are sensitised to the nuances of any speech as something weighted with cultural anchors, laden with the freight that attaches not only to their speaker but to the thing spoken.(8) If the play makes the public aware that there are such people as phoneticians , and that they are among its most important people in England at present, it will serve its turn.(9) The phenomenon is well known to phoneticians and is called ‘coarticulation’.(10) Tonight's Between The Ears deserved to win its Silver Award at the 2003 Sony Radio Awards for this fascinating venture into the darker side of recorded speech and the work of forensic phoneticians .(11) Modern phoneticians would more precisely categorize such consonants into velar, uvular, pharyngeal, and glottal articulations.
(1) phonetic :: fonetiese
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