vocal chords


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Related to vocal chords: Vocal Cord Dysfunction
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vocal chords

nplcorde fpl vocali
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With his first sight of the great cat the ape-man knew that he had heard no note of terror in that initial roar; surprise doubtless, but the vocal chords of that mighty throat never had reacted to fear.
He will make clear how a thought, originating in the brain, passes along the nerve-wires to the vocal chords, and then in wireless vibration of air to the disc of the transmitter.
He could only bristle and tear his vocal chords with his rage.
Well, you'll take off your things and stay to tea, at least," urged Felicity, as hospitably as her strained vocal chords would admit.
When even the bravest would tremble, she raised her vocal chords even in those moments.
Colombian pop star cancelled the remainder of her world tour because of a problem with her vocal chords and said she hoped to be back on stage in June of next year.
ADELE has said she is devastated at being forced to cancel her final London shows after damaging her vocal chords.
Fans, ready your vocal chords for shrieking and singing along: Ariana Grande is coming to Manila for her 'Dangerous Woman' tour.
NATIONAL charity Heart Research UK is calling on choirs, singers and performers across the North East to flex their vocal chords and "Sing for Your Heart" in the run up to Christmas.
SAM Smith is expected to make a full recovery after having surgery on his vocal chords.
30pm, but guests are encouraged to arrive early as selecting cocktails and beers to warm up their vocal chords could take some time
AN internationallyacclaimed opera singer says his career is back on track - after having an implant fitted to stop stomach acid from burning his vocal chords.