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On auscultation of our patient's chest, we heard an unusual inspiratory sound that occurred at the same time or shortly after the beginning of late-inspiratory crackles
. We heard a high-pitched inspiratory sound that could be best characterized as a whoop, chirp, or cooing sound.
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on contact with your skin for a experience similar to walking through fields kissed with frost.
This Detonator ([pounds sterling]39.99) is sure to get pulses rising with its crescendo of crackles
and rapid loud colour bursts which build to a final 'fan cake' firework, launching red and white-tailed stars across the sky.
There's also a sound track of deep, pulsing electronic music laced with static hums, hisses, and crackles
. Six and a half minutes of footage cycle across the screens, with brief, visionary scenes sometimes repeating across several monitors at once or jumping from one to the next.
Her intelligent, informative dialog crackles
. Rosenblat, one of audio's national treasures, could recite a telephone directory and hold your attention.
In fact, Listen Hard crackles
with the kind of lean pop hooks and taut, well-crafted melodies that currently fuel adult-pop radio.
She now leaves the pyrotechnics to younger dancers, but in a lyric prologue to her Folies d'Espagne and a fiery epilogue to Formas e Imagenes, she affirms that she's still a riveting performer: her footwork crackles
, and her magnificent back and sinuous arms are increasingly eloquent, as her dynamic fire mellows with maturity.
A freshly poured soft drink foams and crackles
as bubbles of carbon dioxide rise to the surface and burst.
Leonard's dialogue crackles
realistically, as always, but the plot is somewhat strained, and younger readers may not care about the movie references, or even get them.
It is this moment of fascination and longing that Leah Gilliam reframes in "Agenda for a Landscape." The darkened gallery featured three video projections: In Rover Transmission Archive, 2002, the red landscape crackles
into view in images interspersed among digitally generated washes of color and Gilliam's own shots of American fields and valleys that resemble Mars save for the occasional building or car; Broken Transmission, 2002, flows and flashes with stratified color and morphing pixelated forms, offering glimpses of desert, sky, and giant pylons amid the bright visual noise; the third projection focuses solely on the transmission log.