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Totally at home in academia (his father had held a chair at London University), polished and unfailingly courteous, he made a most able and prepossessing public relations officer for phonetics, combining a measure of shrewdness with diplomacy and great ease of manner in his mission to support and further the work of his department and the careers of his colleagues and students. His home served in some ways as an extension of the Phonetics Department, since he and his wife held open house on Sunday mornings for many years, not only for departmental colleagues and postgraduate students but also for colleagues from other departments where there might be shared interests, such as music or physiology, and for overseas linguists and phoneticians visiting Britain, who unfailingly included Edinburgh in their itineraries.