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I'd argue that the nasal quality in those situations is diminished, but nonetheless exists. Of course it depends on person, region, attentiveness to detail and exact word and surrounding sounds. I personally like the sound of nasal vowels and try to speak them when appropriate and appreciate people who do. Not counting some exceptions, you'd be perfectly understood without nasality at the end of the word, but sometimes judged as sloppy by language purists.