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I was thinking about how a "b̃" is the same thing as an "m" and a "s̪" is the same thing as a "θ". Maybe the same applies to ŋ͡͡j and ɲ?

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    I don't quite agree, but you could define your usage as such. [s] usually stands for a sibilant and [θ] doesn't. Dec 21 '18 at 18:20
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    You should also keep in mind that the /s/ in varieties of English, German, Norwegian and Swedish is dental(ized) but it still doesn't clash with [θ]. Dec 21 '18 at 18:26

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