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Antonyms for unsilenced

not silenced


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Information distributed to the press by Thapong Visual Arts indicated that Echoes of Unsilenced Voices is a project which brings together a range of disciplinary works by three emerging local artists.
Unfortunately, as Warah explains in her new book UNsilenced: Unmasking the United Nations 'Culture of Cover-ups, Corruption and Impunity, her case is far from unique.
The unsilenced Condor with a 24-inch barrel will still be offered in the lineup for those who need the last foot-pound of energy.
WORCESTER - After forming the music label Unsilenced Records, Anthony Ramos knew the first singer he wanted to record and give voice to.
In addition to the Welsh challenge on track six enthusiasts - including Ted Ede, who won a British League medal with West Ham three years before the Bandits were created - will be bringing their classic unsilenced speedway machines along for spectators to scrutinise before the league match.
The heaviest noise pollution, sometimes reaching levels which can cause a person physical pain, is caused by unsilenced pneumatic drills, fast trains and heavy diesel lorries.
Perhaps the basis of the link lies within the noiseless yet unsilenced manner that expression is revealed through a mourner's eyes, enabling profound articulation of pain that is beyond any vocalization of the like.
As the pioneer of her own publishing company, UnSilenced Woman Press, half of the activist duo AquaMoon and co-founder of woman-based organization SpokenExistence Inc., Bohanan is a positive voice for women and African Americans everywhere
I can appreciate the feelings of the public upset by unsilenced machines.
From out of the ruins to which neoliberalism has brought Argentina, its onetime much-heralded model of success, now come the unsilenced voices of radical economists.
We will trace here how through the centuries she is variously ignored, labeled harlot/demoniac/patroness, replaced, appropriated and left behind, conflated, diminished, openly opposed; how she is utilized, unsilenced, rediscovered, resurrected.
Typically, the sound power produced by an unsilenced gas turbine, for example, is on the order of a thousand times greater than other common types of industrial sources of sound.
WITH THE PERSECUTED in late, unsilenced, radiant covenant.
Boys have just one X, so in a male embryo, a faulty MECP2 gene would cause the genes under its control to go unsilenced in every cell.