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a consonant that is articulated using both lips

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This was comprised of a table of 24 IPA symbols (i.e., i, b, t, d, k, g, f, v, s, z, [integral], 3, [t.sup.[integral]], d 3.m, n, w, 1, r, h, [theta], j, [eta], and [??])) The students chose the correct symbol from a drop-down menu (i.e., [p] should be selected from the menu under the column "voiceless, bilabial, stop").
Though there was an increase in the rate of production of bilabials after alcohol intoxication, this increased rate cannot be generalized to all syllables and in all context.
The rapid production of the bilabial syllable /pa/ may suggest an excitatory effect of alcohol on speech.
Apos isso, cada falante leu por 6 vezes as palavras contendo os fones: bilabial [m], alveolar [n] e palatal [[??]] antecedidos e seguidos da vogal [a], em silaba tonica, no meio das palavras--gamada, sanada e ganhada.
Tais clicks sao identificados nos casos com fissura durante a producao de diferentes fones, inclusive o [[??]], tambem bilabial [21, 22].
Returning to the issue of order, for the most part, the order facts seems to derive from the independent fact that bilabials are preferred in initial syllables while coronal sonorants are preferred in non-initial syllables (see section 4).
Thus, as with the ordering of bilabials, order matters for coronal sonorants.
Moreover, to determine the differences between bilabials and dentals; bilabials and alveolars; bilabials
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.
This pair of antonyms works with the bhet shifting bilabials to a vav.
Interchangeable bilabial letters (formed on the lips): "bet/b," "bhet/bh or v," "vav/v or w," "pey/p , phey/ph or f."
When comparing the three places of articulation, it is apparent that VOT is significantly longer for velars than for bilabials and alveolars and that it increases with backness.
Those interested in historical phonology will note that beyond the groups familiar from the rime tables of a couple of centuries earlier, the groupings here distinguish acute from grave gutturals (jian houyin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and shen houyin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] respectively), alveolar affricates and fricatives (chitou yin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) from palatals (zheng chi yin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and from supradentals (sheshang yin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] which Bottero calls cacuminales), and bilabials (zhong chunyin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] from labiodentals (qing chunyin [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
(4) Under certain conditions the bilabial initials, p-, ph-, b- and m-, of the Qieyun had changed to labiodentals.