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Yes this can be found in everyday speech. It can sometimes be expressed by using a pause or saying "なかぽつ" but this is generally used for quoting or reading off something exactly the way it is written. I would say it is much more common for a speaker to include とか or など to the same effect in colloquial speech. Saying なかぽつ can sound a bit tongue in cheek by ...
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