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Is this diagram accurate for [ɾʲ]

The rhotics in Irish differ significantly from the other alveolar consonants in their production. First off, be aware that fortis /rʲ/ has mostly merged with fortis /rˠ/ (which in most dialects has ...
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Is there a difference between /ɕ/ and /sʲ/?

Per the official IPA definitions, ɕ and ʑ stand for alveolo-palatal fricatives, and sʲ and zʲ stand for palatalized alveolar fricatives. The official definitions are vague and so do not fully specify ...
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