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voice sounds

auscultatory sounds heard over the lungs or airways when the patient speaks. Increased resonance indicates consolidation or an airless lung underlying an effusion. Types include bronchophony, egophony, and pectoriloquy.
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He quipped to the audience, which included Cheryl Cole: "Don't you think my voice sounds sexier?
And she added that it has given her a new insight into how her voice sounds to others.
And the 'Florence and the Machine' singer thinks her voice sounds much better now as she has cut out partying when on the road.
Marina is part Greek, part Welsh - her voice sounds strained and one critic has hailed her as the new Kate Bush.
military's biometric programs and better coordinate the development and fielding of technologies used to identify both friendly forces and adversaries using fingerprints, DNA samples, palm prints, voice sounds, and iris patterns.
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Brick's voice sounds like a teenaged boy, and while the other characters are not uniquely voiced, there is no difficulty figuring out who is speaking.
His voice sounds as if it's just come back from the dry cleaners three sizes too small.
There's also some different stuff: Singer Julie Benjamin's voice sounds less whiskey-soaked and cigarette-tinged, and the songs are a little softer on the ears, neither of which is necessarily a bad thing.
Her voice sounds like it belongs to another time and conjures up images of Billie Holiday, the late Nina Simone and Eartha Kitt.