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English: An IPA style chart of Daniel Jones’s 8 primary and 10 secondary cardinal vowels, with his numbering and the terminology required for CV definitions. A simpler version (File:Cardinal vowels on a vowel chart.svg), made by Mr KEBAB, is also available.
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