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In a more precise phonetic terminology, stops also include noncontinuant nasals, like [m], [n], [ɲ], or [ŋ]. The phonologist's stop is the phoneticians plosive or explosive.
Examples found in English
[p], [b], [t], [d], [k], [g], and, nonphonemically, [ʔ]