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  • Anglo-Saxon Primer Gutenberg Icelandic Primer Gutenberg A Handbook of Phonetics (1877) [1] “Esperanto,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
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  • Correspondence Style, of Dr. Westby-Gibson's English Script Shorthand; Or, Liberal Phonetics; a System at the Same Time Alphabetical and Phonetic (1886) The Bibliography
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  • the True Spirit of Instruction and Government (June 2, 1867) Education—Phonetics—Storing Up Grain—Home Manufactures (October 9, 1867) Proneness of Mankind
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  • English Grammar on Historical Principles (1909–1949) What is the use of phonetics? (1910) [1] The History of Our Language (Ido) (1912) [2] Artificial Languages
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  • Corneille's Selected Works (in collaboration) 1907 A Handbook of French Phonetics (in collaboration) 1918 A History of French Literature (with E. P. Dargan)
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  • Michaelis [1] An English Pronouncing Dictionary (1917) An Outline of English Phonetics (1918) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Phonetics 1763184The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Phonetics Phonet′ics, the science of the sounds
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  • Chronologies 276 CHAPTER XVII Linguistic Classification 280 Comparative Phonetics 286 Comparative Morphology 289 Distribution of Stocks 294 CHAPTER XVIII
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  • (1814-1890), English philologist, mathematician, musician and writer on phonetics, was born at Hoxton on the 14th of June 1814. He was educated at Shrewsbury
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  • What is the use of phonetics?  (1910)  by Otto Jespersen 1582323What is the use of phonetics?Otto Jespersen1910 By phonetics is meant the science
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  • George Bernard Shaw. It tells the story of Henry Higgins, a professor of phonetics, who makes a bet with his friend Colonel Pickering that he can turn a
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 Phonetics 19036571911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 21 — Phonetics PHONETICS (Gr. φωνή, voice), the science of
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  • the principal assistant of his father, Alexander Bell, an authority on phonetics and defective speech. From 1843 to 1865 he lectured on elocution at the
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  • must be slender or both must be broad. This is a general rule of Irish phonetics. It has already been stated that a consonant is broad when beside a broad
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  • Sacrament—Exhortation to The Young by D.H. Wells (131-138) Education—Phonetics—Storing Up Grain—Home Manufactures by George A. Smith (138-145) Necessity
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  • Phonetics
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  • See also Syncope (phonetics) and Syncopation on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
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  • science; multiple algebra; doctrine of multitudes; gravity; wave-lengths; phonetics of Elizabethan English; great men; ethics; phaneroscopy; cosmology; experimental
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  • Phonetics
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  • Chronologies 276 CHAPTER XVII Linguistic Classification 280 Comparative Phonetics 286 Comparative Morphology 289 Distribution of Stocks 294 CHAPTER XVIII
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