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vocalization

to make a vocal sound; a form of communication. Studies of feline vocalization have identified murmur, vowel and strained intensity patterns.

excessive vocalization
a behavioral problem of dogs and cats; may be a displacement activity or caused by separation anxiety.

Patient discussion about vocalization

Q. How can I fix my vocal cords? Please I am in need of desperate help.

A. rest, which means no talking,

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Foetuses respond to this stimulus by opening their mouths and pulling their tongues out as far as possible, making vocalisation movements - prior to the acquisition of language.
It is believed that of the vocalisations made by approximately 20 species of whales and dolphins in Oman, none are quite as spectacular and complex as those produced by OmanEoe1/4aos singing humpback whales.
The other half, while paying as much attention to their offspring, could not synchronise their responses with vocalisations.
Le pic des vocalisations entendues est survenu a la fin septembre et debut octobre.
The combination of Acapela text-to-speech and d-fabric tools has already been successfully proven, with the audio production of the Swedish Parliament's newspaper, Riksdag & Department, and the vocalisation of Telefonavisa, a fully automated phone service deployed in Norway which allows blind and visually impaired people to access news gathered from 9 national newspapers and updated every 15 minutes, 24/7.
London, Mar 3 ( ANI ): Blue whales can be affected even by sounds that are outside their vocalisation range, according to a new study.
It is this similarity in calls made across different emotional contexts that echo the similarities found in human infant vocalisations.
ISLAMABAD -- Certain birds can learn how to produce songlike vocalisations, a prerequisite to learning new songs, researchers also believe that some animals enjoy similar aspects of sounds just as certain people enjoy.