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idea

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toll

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seem

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  • seem
  • seem to be
  • appear to be
  • give the impression of being
  • strike you as being
  • give every indication of being

sound someone out

sound something out

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channel

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the sensation caused by vibrating wave motion that is perceived by the organs of hearing

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range of audibility

to have the appearance of

based on good judgment, reasoning, or evidence

capable of being depended upon

to test the attitude of

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the particular auditory effect produced by a given cause

mechanical vibrations transmitted by an elastic medium

the audible part of a transmitted signal

(phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language

a narrow channel of the sea joining two larger bodies of water

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a large ocean inlet or deep bay

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appear in a certain way

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give off a certain sound or sounds

announce by means of a sound

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measure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line

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financially secure and safe

exercising or showing good judgment

in good condition

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in excellent physical condition

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logically valid

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having legal efficacy or force

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free from moral defect

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(of sleep) deep and complete

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thorough

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Total acoustic energy (TAE) and maximum sound pressure level (SPL), and chorus duration and maximum SPL, were positively and significantly correlated for all sites and seasons (Table 1).
As a Senior Design team adviser, he mentored students in developing an Acoustic Energy Harvesting Device (AEH).
Then the acoustic energy is converted into a tiny bit of electricity in an electro-acoustic transducer.
Acoustic energy of appropriate intensity decreases the minimum fluidization and minimum bubbling velocity.
A transducer takes messages, translates them into acoustic energy and sends a pulse out through the water in an area greater than 50 nautical square miles.
As the pressure varies (either more negative or more positive), the tympanic membrane stiffens (decreased reactance), causing a reduction of sound transmission and acoustic energy through the external ear-middle ear system.
We've broken the slave chains and can now listen to music from our A2DP mobiles wirelessly with these Bluetooth speakers, made by sonic specialist Acoustic Energy.
The past 20 years have seen considerable progress in making efficient thermoacoustic engines, which convert heat energy into acoustic energy or utilize acoustic energy to pump heat from cold to hot regions.
12), but the hodgepodge of tissues in the human body distorts acoustic signals, making it difficult to precisely aim the acoustic energy.
The acoustic energy is successively damped out and converted into heat.
The Echo liquid handler, used in scientific research and drug discovery, uses acoustic energy to move fluids without physical contact with the sample.
The directed energy weapon produces a beam of electromagnetic energy, acoustic energy, or atomic/subatomic particles.
1 by Barco, developed by Auro Technologies and powered by Barco, offers audiences an enthralling immersive sound experience by reproducing sound on three axes (x,y,z) with 3 layers of sound which create a natural spread of acoustic energy around the whole audience.
It sends acoustic energy into a building, then a Doppler radar reads the vibrations and returns data.
Acoustic Energy Wi-Fi Radio pounds 200 acoustic-energy.