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of or relating to speech sounds

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Advanced phonetic search algorithms coupled with language processing and contextual analysis provide the ability to quickly and easily locate specific spoken words or phrases within a rich media archive, based on sophisticated algorithms developed by Sonic Foundry.
Finally, and of paramount importance for DG, every (new) item of vocabulary is presented in orthographic and phonetic script, with the syllabic structure of the word indicated.
From the I'm Going to READ series, this brightly illustrated picture book comes with a 50-word bank that helps beginning readers increase vocabulary and improve phonetic skills.
Written English is only barely phonetic, as anybody who has tried to explain ought, though, and through to a child knows.
* The LeapDesk workstation speaks the names of letters of the alphabet and produces their phonetic pronunciations in the context of specific words.
Among beginning reading models, research supported structured, phonetic programs emphasizing language development, in both native-language and English instruction.
NEXminer Enterprise's phonetic engine allows the user to search on proper names, places, industry terms and jargon without extensive training and cumbersome dictionaries.
The eight-page biweekly covering truck and rail transportation of lumber and panels is named for the common phonetic pronunciation of the acronym STCC 24, the Standard Transportation Commodity Code for lumber and wood products.
Hey, radio operators, the phonetic alphabet is used to make your life easier.
Then author and teacher Harvey Bluedorn instructs the reader the Greek alphabet in phonetic order, classifying each letter by its sound.
Convera, a provider of search and categorization software for enterprises and government agencies, and Nexidia, developer of a solution for audio/video searching and intelligent mining, announced a partnership that will add phonetic audio search as an optional component to Convera's RetrievalWare search and categorization platform.
The handheld dictionary ($99) features "Phonetic Spell Correction" that allows users to enter a word as it sounds to obtain the correct spelling and definition.
THE last-gasp Prix de l'Opera winner's name is derived from her breeding to replicate the phonetic version of ZZ Top, the Texan heavy-metal boogie-woogie band famed for their beards (except for drummer Frank Beard, the only group member without substantial chin-fluff).
The girls get mired in phonetic choppiness on the turgid ballads and tend to yelp on the up-tempo tracks, most of which cross the line from catchy into annoying to begin with.