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guttural

 [gut´er-al]
pertaining to the throat; see also pharyngeal.

gut·tur·al

(gŭt'ŭr-ăl),
Relating to the throat.

gut·tur·al

(gŭt'ŭr-ăl)
Relating to the throat.
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who danced with troupe Paraiso, at "The walls of my house shook, there was a deep, guttural roar.
"The walls of my house shook; there was a really deep, guttural roar.
According to the campaign group, residents heard a "guttural roar" as the earthquake hit.
It's like this deep guttural grief I haven't even got close to experiencing ever before."
A band from Mongolia that blends the screaming guitars of heavy metal and traditional Mongolian guttural singing has picked up 7 million views for its two videos.
There hasn't been this much growling and guttural noise from the sidelines since John Hughes quit as Bairns boss.
Conan the Librarian WHEN I was a kid Librarians were usually Large ladies in tweeds With a hair-bun and sticky up glasses Who fed our intellectual needs To utter a sound above a whisper Would elicit a guttural moan Then with a glare and a glacial stare That could turn young offenders to stone This, then was "Conan the Librarian" Guardian of all she surveyed A beady-eyed strict disciplinarian And Lord help any who strayed Nowadays, a visit to the library Is more like a trip to the zoo The merry clatter of keyboards Acts like a stone in my shoe Once havens of peace and quiet It's now quieter out in the street.
''Guttural screams and pounding drums provide a soundtrack for the pummeling of an inflatable donut as green sweaters and round glasses blur across the stage".
He disguised it by substituting a guttural sound which became a trademark of his film and television roles.
The guttural pouches can be the site of significant abnormalities of the upper respiratory tract and should be evaluated based on any suspicion of a problem within them.
AnDa Union perform the traditional music of their homeland, and are accomplished singers moving fluently from hoomai, the guttural throat song to the clear long notes of ortinduu, long song.
Now, anyone motivated by any agenda other than a guttural distaste for the Jewish state may think twice before posting a photograph of an Israeli plane to take issue with an attack orchestrated by Britain, France, and the United States, not to mention the fact that the plane in question is bombing a densely populated Iranian city, which looks very little like the Syrian chemical weapons sites targeted last week.