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The private life of stops : VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian

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The private life of stops : VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian

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STUART-SMITH, Jane, Morgan SONDEREGGER, Tamara RATHCKE, Rachel MACDONALD, 2015. The private life of stops : VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian. In: Laboratory Phonology. Mouton de Gruyter. 6(3-4), pp. 505-549. ISSN 1868-6346. eISSN 1868-6354. Available under: doi: 10.1515/lp-2015-0015

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