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"Thomas R. Wier" wrote:
> Don't Icelandic and Danish have the voiced interdental fricative [D]?
> Certainly, Mexican Spanish* regularly shifts intervocalic** voiced stops
> to their fricative counterparts:

As I understand it, *all* dialects of Spanish use fricative allophones
of the voiced stops.  The basic rule being the stop allophone is used
word-initially or after nasal consonants (or after /l/ in the case of
/d/), and fricative elsewhere.

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