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Looking variation and change in the mouth:\ud developing the sociolinguistic potential of\ud Ultrasound Tongue Imaging.

By James M Scobbie, Jane Stuart-Smith and Eleanor Lawson


The central goal of this project is to meet a pressing need: to enable the investigation of\ud how speakers from anywhere on a socio-dialectal spectrum physically articulate speech

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