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unvoiced

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percentual or relative Jitter; RAP: relative average of perturbation of pitch; PPQ: pitch or frequency perturbation quotient; sPPQ: soft pitch or frequency perturbation quotient; vf0: variation of f0; ShdB: absolute Shimmer or in dB; Shim: percentual or relative Shimmer; APQ: amplitude perturbation quotient; sAPQ: soft amplitude perturbation quotient; vAm: variation of amplitude; NHR: noise-to-harmonics ratio; VTI: voice turbulation index; SPI: soft phonation index; DVB: degree of voice breaks; DSH: degree of sub-harmonics; DUV: degree of unvoiced segments; NVB: number of voice breaks; NSH: number of sub-harmonic segments; NUV: number of unvoiced segments.
Quivering" with its fricative [v] imitates action it signifies; and physiologically voiced sounds--unlike unvoiced sounds--thereby may have rhetorical impress.
His most characteristic moments are those of unvoiced dialogues-conversations that are imagined by the protagonist, but are no less real for that.
This piece was written as his entrance exam to the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin (where he studied with Hannspeter Kyburz) and shows clear ingenuity at weaving voiced and unvoiced notes, tonguing effects and emotionally imbued streams of air blown through the instrument.
For an unvoiced speech section, the mask is directly set to 0.
Indeed, you are referring to the insect, whose English name is said to derive from the Middle English 'ante', in turn, from the Old English 'aemette', note the change of 'm' to 'n' since the bilabial nasal preceding a post-alveolar unvoiced stop is an awkward combination," he commented.
It might be a book in which characters act languidly, stirring tea and watching leaves fall, always immersed in serious thought; a book whose protagonist is at times so love-struck she is hamstrung, reserved bordering on pathetic; but Smith's prose is engaging and in the main she succeeds with the unvoiced longing, aborted declarations, and gauche fumbling.
The unvoiced assumption is that we must develop technology that lets us access everything, never mind that we'd never have the time or attention to read it even if we could get to it.
His characters drown in wave after wave of unvoiced pain because they know those around them "wouldn't care to hear that it was the so-called scoundrels who suffered most.
With recent budget cuts, an unvoiced victim of limited resources are these 18- and 19-year-old youths who never were adopted out of foster care and must face adult life with no family or financial support except for the Road to Independence scholarships Florida has promised its former foster youth," said the firm's Susie Belanger.
Single Not-Very-White Female Questions or unvoiced thoughts you might face from society if your status is single, age is ripe 20s onward, and sex is female: