For help in getting this article to its final form, we are grateful to Professor Jacques Durand and Professor Daiki Hashimoto for their advice on acoustic analysis, to Professor Eiji Yamada and Professor Hajime Takeyasu for advice and discussion, to Professor David Farnell and Professor Stephen Howe for editing our paper. All remaining errors are our responsibility. This work was funded by JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists (KAKENHI-PROJECT-20K13072).
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PAC stands for La Phonologie de l’Anglais Contemporain: Usages, Variétés et Structure in French or The Phonology of Contemporary English: Usage, Varieties and Structure in English.