From: "David Peterson" <[log in to unmask]> > In a message dated 10/5/01 4:23:35 PM, [log in to unmask] writes: > > << It's in rhotic Englishes too, only rhotacized. /"b3`d/. >> > > Which? I've only seen the central vowel, which is the schwa with a tail > on the end. AFAIK it's rhotic schwa /@`/ when unstressed ("hitter") but the other vowel /3`/ when stressed ("fur"). *Muke!