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produced by the voice

speaking or spoken without reserve

characterized by, containing, or functioning as a vowel or vowels

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music intended to be performed by one or more singers, usually with instrumental accompaniment

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relating to or designed for or using the singing voice

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given to expressing yourself freely or insistently

full of the sound of voices

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Vocality is a current partner of Cubic's subsidiary DTECH and will enhance the content and intellectual property on key Programs of Record currently being delivered by CMS.
We were very aware of their challenges and pleased to identify Vocality as a possible solution.
Vocality in Die Wahlverwandtschaften is not a gender-neutral phenomenon.
Thuraya's partnership with Vocality is another example of our commitment to collaborating with the industry's leading solution developers to provide our defense and enterprise users with reliable and secure communication innovations.
Building on its success with VOS 7-which introduced increased routing and optimization features- Vocality significantly increases its core network routing software to bring major benefits to users of satellite networks, tactical edge, and high-performance routing applications.
The track that I trace from The Nigger of the "Narcissus" to Heart of Darkness offers only one possible narrative of the shift in vocality and sound-making in Conrad's works.
Embodied Voices: Representing Female Vocality in Western Culture (Cambridge, 1994), 86-8.
The users of Thrane & Thrane Sailor FB terminals can create a fully-integrated solution with just a firmware upgrade and additional handsets, while for others, Vocality has developed new PBX hardware that can be used alongside the terminal to access the additional telephone lines.
For other FB terminals, Vocality has developed new PBX hardware that can be used alongside the terminal to access the additional telephone lines.
Finding both Faulkner's fascination with and his chagrin toward such forms, Smith fashions an important way of reading the novel's own split vocality and its depiction of a "cacophonous" metropolitan culture.
The project called Vocality reaches out to people in refugee and asylum seeker communities in Huddersfield, teaching and sharing songs from around the world in the hope of building social connections, confidence and general well-being.
Natalie Loper analyzes the celebrity presence of the former teen icon Julia Stiles and the way that her "real-life" personae inform our perceptions of her Ophelia, while Dee Anna Phares offers an alternate perspective on Stiles, calling attention to the visuality and lack of vocality of her Desi in the film O.
In its arresting vocality and refusal of anatomization, Dave the Potter's aesthetic exemplifies a tactic of transatlantic, nineteenth-century theatricality that Daphne Brooks refers to as "spectacular opacity": "opaque performances of marginalized cultural figures [that] call attention to the skill of the performer who, through gestures and speech as well as material props and visual technologies, is able to confound and disrupt conventional constructions of the racialized and gendered body" (8).
While America's "return to Asia" under the Obama administration was somewhat expected as the region was largely neglected by the Bush administration due to its preoccupation of the "war on terror", Beijing was still surprised by the intensity, speed, and high vocality of such a return.
695 (2011) (arguing that the government speech doctrine rewards viewpoint discrimination); Timothy Zick, Summum, the Vocality of Public Places, and the Public Forum, 2010 BYU L.