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Waveform (top), spectrogram (center) and automatic phone-level alignments (bottom) illustrating acoustic profiles of different possible /t/ realizations from the same speaker saying the same phrase. A flap is shown on the left, with periodic vocal fold vibration throughout, and more isolation-like glottal stop pronunciation on the right, with aperiodic vibration preceding a short silence before onset of the noun.

Waveform (top), spectrogram (center) and automatic phone-level alignments (bottom) illustrating acoustic profiles of different possible /t/ realizations from the same speaker saying the same phrase. A flap is shown on the left, with periodic vocal fold vibration throughout, and more isolation-like glottal stop pronunciation on the right, with aperiodic vibration preceding a short silence before onset of the noun.

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