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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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harmony, congruence, and concordance) should occur between the interviewer and the interviewee; between what is said vocally and nonverbally; between the circumstances of the moment and what the subject is saying; and between events and emotions, including synchrony of time and space.
Each example has been transcribed (where necessary) and edited to practical performance vocally or at the keyboard by students seeking insight and understanding of the work.
The final alternative, supported most vocally by the investment community, is something akin to large-scale, U.
Unfortunately, after watching nominees like vocally fried Madonna perform a shameless exploitation of Japanese culture and Shania Twain present a black-leather ode to a woman's prerogative to have fun, I began to wonder when Peggy Lee would step out and sing "Is That All There Is?
In One King; One Faith, Nancy Lyman Roelker asks why the "mainstream" magistrates of the Parlement of Paris (centrists who were "conventionally rather than militantly or ideologically Catholic") stayed within the old church, despite denouncing its abuses just as vocally as their Huguenot friends and peers (2).
Turner has also journeyed to Norwalk and vocally supported FASB and the work it's done.
They will succeed, unless we vocally and insistently require that they not only be kept open, but opened wider, by any means necessary--including, but not limited to, affirmative action.
Morgan's uncanny ability to deliver a song soulfully and vocally at such a young age is unbelievable.
I really just went into this collaboration with a clear mind of what vocally will sound the best, and what musically works.
His careful attention to Verdi's dynamics made his "Di provenza ii mar" touching and vocally stunning, and it was met with long applause at each performance.
Il Trittico Birmingham Conservatoire at Crescent TheatrePuccini's Il Trittico comprises three one-act operas performed in a single evening - each requiring its own cast, and each as vocally demanding as anything Puccini ever wrote.
Moscow has been vocally battling to stop the deployment, arguing that 10 American anti-missile missiles would threaten Russia's thousand missiles.
Kaye shone as a lovelorn innkeeper in Reprise's ``Zorba'' and then restaged her Tony-nominated turn as vocally challenged Florence Foster Jenkins in ``Souvenir'' at the Brentwood.
Okay, it is a syrupy piece of Roman Catholic mumbo jumbo, at times musically extravagant and vocally hugely demanding.
While some express gratitude and offer praise for HRC's support, others are questioning just how well the group is doing its job and voicing skepticism about its potential for producing legislative victories in 2005 with a White House and a Congress controlled by vocally antigay Republicans.