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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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Because the signal of acoustic energy propagate quite rapidly to it's surrounding with minimal fitness cost.
Intuitively, we can estimate 02 by an arctangent estimator based on the steering acoustic energy fluxes and called the steering acoustic intensity estimator (SAIE), which is given by
It requires long treatment times and/or high acoustic energy, damaging fresh tissues and making them more susceptible to infestation and attacks by microorganisms.
where Q(r) = 2[alpha](r) is deposited acoustic energy at location r, [alpha] is the attenuation coefficient in the tissue, and I(r) is the ultrasound wave intensity.
One of the limitations of nasometry consists of not making distinction between the type of acoustic energy captured, registering audible nasal air emission as vocal acoustic energy, leading to increased nasalance values.
The images show the release of acoustic energy from the entire lightning channel.
He sings what sounds like a pure /i/ vowel, and like our previous two examples, we see a great deal of acoustic energy in H4.
The RezConnect Well Testing System uses Halliburton's proprietary DynaLink Telemetry System, a fully wireless downhole sensor and actuator network using acoustic energy in the tubing string.
For a given acoustic energy sensor node, it can detect a target once the acoustic intensity measurement exceeds a threshold, Zth, corresponding to the calculated strength at the maximum sensing distance Rs.
Adopting the same assumption as Zhang and Li [22] that the acoustic energy radiated by the shell is finite, therefore, the acoustic pressure and its gradient vanish as r [right arow] [infinity].
Unlike PVC sheets, some acoustic energy transmits from the PVC pipe into the adhesive material and the rest is reflected at the interface between the PVC pipe and the solidified adhesive.
Auro 11.1 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.
Prasad's work in noise reduction, the harvesting of acoustic energy and acoustical design has helped to profoundly advance the understanding and application of acoustics to benefit society,” says Dr.
Using a patented, high-intensity, low-frequency process, RAM generates acoustic energy. These acoustic fields generate acceleration up to 100g's, at -60 Hz, mixing uniformly and simultaneously, throughout the mix vessel.
Fredric Lieberman investigates the construction of the Chinese qin, theorizing that "every musical instrument is a machine designed to convert energy of varied forms into acoustic energy" (p.