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I don't know; on the contrary, I think a slightly skewed phonology gives a 
lang a degree of naturalness. Omina for instance has a depleted labial 
series, only /b/ and /m/, and while there is /t/ vs /d/ and /k/ vs /g/, 
there is no /p/ to go with the /b/!
Mike

>>> In the case of Okaikiar, I'm not consistent.  It has [t] and [d]  in
>>> allophonic variation, likewise  [s] and [z], but there's no [g], only
>>> [k].  I suspect this is massively unrealistic.
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