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    There are languages that distinguish voiced/unvoiced fricatives at the
labio-dental and bilabial position.  I see no reason why it would be any more
difficult to distinguish stops.  I've heard that there are labio-dental stops
in a few natlangs out there, but I've never seen examples.  There so few that
there was no need to create a symbol.

-David

"fawiT, Gug&g, tSagZil-a-Gariz, waj min DidZejsat wazid..."
"Soft, driven, slow and mad, like some new language..."
                    -Jim Morrison