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In this study, Real-time Magnetic Resonance Imaging is employed to investigate the phonetic correlates of the pharyngeal constriction in both pharyngeal and pharyngealized sounds in Saudi, Lebanese, and ... Some studies propose grouping both types of sounds together, citing phonetic and phonological evidence. ... , especially in the case of the speakers of Saudi and Jordanian Arabic. ...doi:10.21437/interspeech.2017-1601 fatcat:rn4xi47wprhghgm2a6zimptgay