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con·so·nant

(kon'sŏ-nănt)
A speech sound produced by partial or complete obstruction to the flow of air at any point in the vocal apparatus.
[L. consono, to sound together]

con·so·nant

(kon'sŏ-nănt)
A speech sound produced by partial or complete obstruction to the flow of air at any point in the vocal apparatus.
[L. consono, to sound together]
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Consonantly libraries have been identified as one of the key elements for open access to information, which is crucial to democratic information society development.
This was followed by Sorey's "172," Lehman's "Rai," Iyer's "Requiem/Ritual," Sorey's "Bend," and Iyer's "Infogee Dub." Throughout, the musicians sonically shimmered, individually and together: Iyer's adjacent key pairs consonantly dissonant, Lehman inducing human voices, and Sorey massaging time in tick-tock stick strikes.
When the number of input vectors in the NN training set are greater than chosen number of clusters, the size of training subset decreas in time consonantly and algorithms take into account statistical and dynamical characteristich of datas.
Only consonantly coded questionnaires (in other words, the proxy measure of topic as listed on the questionnaire and the coding of the open-ended description of the argument as public or personal were in agreement), leaving 150 public and 126 personal-issue arguments.
Consonantly, Simons, Simons, and Conger (2004) suggested that as for substance abuse, religious youth are also at less risk for criminal activities than their non-religious peers primarily due to their commitment to traditional values and having peers who hold the same values.