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** and Near-open
** Near-open central vowel
** Near-open front unrounded vowel

** and front
** the former yat alternates between " ya " and " e ": it is pronounced " ya " if it is under stress and the next syllable does not contain a front vowel ( e or i ) – e. g. мляко ( mlyàko ), хляб ( hlyab ), and " e " otherwise – e. g. млекар ( mlekàr ) – milkman, хлебар ( hlebàr ) – baker.
** BTS-4BM-Experimental version of the BTS-4B with the capacity to winch over the front of the vehicle.
** Important safety related change to front suspension lower ball joints on all cars in September 1983.
** New style front seats.
** Shims left out from front end of torque tube drive plate in automatic cars, this sometimes cause engine thrust bearing failures.
** Modified front brake calipers into use with 2 mm diameter increase for large piston.
** New style front & rear bumpers and rear wing spoiler.
** Redesigned front and rear bumper light assemblies.
** Modified front brake calipers with improved seals taken into use early in model year.
** Dual airbags now standard across all Porsche models in U. S. Driver and front passenger airbag optional in LHD ROW cars, only drivers side bag available in RHD markets.
** Improvements to cooling in exhaust side at cylinder heads, steering rack, power steering pump, soundproofing, front cooling flaps deleted, new style shift knob with integrated leather booth in manual gearbox cars, etc.
** Special model available in some markets containing wider front fenders made out of steel and 8 " wide front wheels.
** The upper front surface of the tongue just behind the tip, called the blade of the tongue ()
** Multiple-base transistor, used to amplify very low level signals in noisy environments such as the pickup of a record player or radio front ends.
** Mrs. Madeline Dassault, 63, wife of a French plane manufacturer and politician, is kidnapped while leaving her car in front of her Paris home ; she is found unharmed the next day in a farmhouse from Paris.
** At a meeting in Paris, French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet meets with Soviet Ambassador Jakob Suritz, and suggests that a " peace front " comprising France, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, Poland and Romania would deter Germany from war.
** On the middle front of the Gothic Line, Brazilian troops control the Serchio valley region after 10 days of fighting.
** The Ultimate Warrior defeats Hulk Hogan to win the WWF Championship in a Title for Title, winner takes all match at WrestleMania VI in front of nearly 68, 000 at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario
** Major League Soccer kicks off in front of an overflow crowd of 31, 683 packed in Spartan Stadium, to witness the historic first game.
** Monday Night Football debuts on ABC ; the Cleveland Browns defeat the New York Jets 31-21 in front of more than 85, 000 fans at Cleveland Stadium.
** During his visit to the Polish capital, German Chancellor Willy Brandt goes down on his knees in front of a monument to the victims of the Warsaw Ghetto.
** Quaker Norman Morrison, 32, sets himself on fire in front of The Pentagon.
** Vietnam War: In New York City, 22-year-old Catholic Worker Movement member Roger Allen LaPorte sets himself on fire in front of the United Nations building in protest of the war.

** and unrounded
** Near-close near-front unrounded vowel

** and vowel
** ( ــ ْ ـ ) ( no vowel )
** At the last letter of a word, the vowel point reflects the inflection case or conjugation mood.
** In analytic phonics, students often learn phonograms, the rime parts of words including the vowel and what follows it.
** Some masculine singular nouns, e. g. syn → synu, dom → domu, bok → boku, brzuch → brzuchu, worek → worku *, nastrój → nastroju *, deszcz → deszczu, miś → misiu, koń → koniu, Poznań → Poznaniu, Wrocław → Wrocławiu, Bytom → Bytomiu ** In a few cases, a vowel change may occur, e. g. ó → o, or a vowel may be dropped.
** Intervocalic alveolar flapping, a process by which a or a before an unstressed vowel is flapped.
** Vowel harmony: the final syllable of a disyllabic word adopts a preceding open ⟨ e ⟩ or ⟨ o ⟩ if the final vowel is an unstressed -⟨ a ⟩ or -⟨ e ⟩; e. g. terra (' earth, land '), dona (' woman ').
** In some Valencian subvarieties, unstressed, and merge with before labial consonants ( e. g. obert ' open '), before a stressed syllable with a high vowel ( e. g. conill ' rabbit '), in contact with palatal consonants ( e. g. Josep ' Joseph ') and in monosyllabic clitics ; unstressed,, and merge with before nasals and sibilants ( e. g. enclusa ' anvil ', eixam ' swarm '), and in some exceptional cases when preceding any consonant ( e. g. clevill ' crevice ').
** Many Valencian subdialects, especially Southern Valencian, feature some sort of vowel harmony ( harmonia vocàlica ).
** Change of consonant clusters to geminate and then to single consonants ( with compensatory vowel length )
** The vowel at the end of the word must be written.
** The vowel is central in Ibizan ( as most Catalan dialects ), while it is front ( also represented as ) in Majorcan and Minorcan.
** Or represents ( mid central vowel ) or ( close-mid back rounded vowel ).
** Early Mandarin velar obstruents ( g, k, h ) and alveolar sibilants ( z, c, s ) become palatal obstruents ( j, q, x ) when a front vowel or glide followed.
** A yer which is followed in the next syllable by a non-reduced vowel is limp.
** Across North Africa and West Asia, the open vowel may have different contrasting values, being (, ), (, ) or without any contrast at all: almost centralized.
** In North west Africa, the ( near -) open front vowel is raised to or.
** Words like orange, horrible, Florida and forest are pronounced and with the same stressed vowel as part, not with the same vowel as port as in much of the rest of the United States.

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