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The Origin of Speech

Naturevolume 120pages4748 (1927) | Download Citation

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IT is well known that the gestures of articulation which produce the consonants L, T, and K are not alays made respectively in exactly the same position in the mouth, and that the exact position is more or less dependent on the vowel with which the consonant in question is associated.

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