I suggest U+0252 which is the vowel in the Southern British pronunciation of
top, hot. It is also a useful vowel to represent the slightly rounded vowel
of Canadians and Bostoners for those words. Also, in a phonemic
representation of English, I don't think you need the length marks in any of
Michael Everson wrote:
> [U+0251U+02D0] is used to indicate the long a as in father.
> [U+0254U+02D0] is used to indicate the long aw as in law.
> How, exactly, do I represent a vowel midway between the two? It must be a
> diacritic of some sort, probably on U+0251....
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