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  • I think the difference is duration on the vowel is most noticeable with stops.

    Also, in my dialect (Los Angeles English), /og/ and /ok/ (with short o's) end up realized rather differently: "log" and "lock" sound almost like "lawg" versus "lahk"-verging-on-"lack".

    May dialects also have weird rules about how a long /i/ is affected by a following voiced or voiceless consonant. In my dialect it's pretty clear: uh-y before voiceless, ah-y before voiced. But it's quite different here in New Mexico: one seems t