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n.1.The quality or state of being vocal; utterableness; resonance; as, the vocality of the letters.
2.The quality of being a vowel; vocalic character.
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This attempt is most visibly reflected in the character of Ofeliia and the newfound, lucid vocality she comes to be defined by.
Shoaf, "The Voice in Relief: Sculpture and Surplus Vocality at the Rise of Naturalism", examines the messages conveyed by the images in relief on the cathedral facade at Orvieto and how those might be placed or interpreted by visitors.
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Let us stop and think now about how many symbolic hairpins would be needed to uproot the global historical practice of women's silence, and how many more it would take to ensure a global vocality and a versatility for women's voices.
Vocality, the British manufacturer of telecom products serving the defence and satellite communications markets, has provided its support to the Brazilian air traffic control communications.
Such practices require an acceptance of a slow temporality and a non-individuated vocality.
Eva Burke's work "Exploring the shifting dynamics of female victimhood and vocality in Poe and Pirkis" takes a similar generic focus in its engagement with detective fiction.
The talent scouts will have noted his superb shot-stopping ability, the excellent vocality for one so young during games and the manner in which he commands his area.
Julie Robson is an adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Edith Cowan University, with research foci in female vocality, creative learning and arts-led research.
Yu modifies the words commonly utilized to discuss poetry such as "lines" or "writer" and instead emphasizes the feature of vocality and musicality in Whitman's poetry, making apparent another influence Whitman has had on Yu's poetry.
It penetrates and in a sense originates where the readers mind reaches toward something heard or uttered as though vocality were one of the senses.