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These are distinguished according to the form assumed by the mouth and the place where they are produced; according as they are aspirated or smooth, long or short; as they are acute, grave, or of an intermediate tone; which inquiry belongs in detail to the writers on metre.
Although no soldier, he had frequented camps enough to know the dread significance of that deliberate, drawling, aspirated chant; the lieutenant on shore was taking a part in the morning's work.
continued Miss Squeers, who, being excited, aspirated her h's strongly; 'this is the hend, is it, of all my forbearance and friendship for that double-faced thing--that viper, that--that--mermaid?
Everybody was talking, and several were shouting, in German; he knew that because they splashed and aspirated sounds like startled kittens.
6) The distribution between aspirated stops and /h/ in American English is closely parallel, not exact.
This process allows us to make aspirated R&P boots more efficiently and with better bonding properties than before," states Philippe Chedru, operations manager at Trelleborg Prodyn Boots in Salisbury, N.
As my co-driver/navigator desperately tried to make sense of the map, the normally aspirated S-Type, which has a new interior and front grille, blasted effortlessly up the motorway.
Trelleborg Prodyn Boots is manufacturing aspirated rack and pinion boots made from a thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) for the 2002 Ford Explorer using a simplified production process.
Each smoke detector array consisted of a number of detectors including photoelectric, ionization, photo/ion combination, aspirated, carbon monoxide, and mechanical heat sensor.
390 L (76 bore x 86 mm stroke), naturally aspirated indirect-injection engine series are being released for production.
Donations are sought from mothers who give birth, after a full term, by cesarean section; the fluid is aspirated out of the amniotic sac just before delivery.
Shelby Expands 2011 Shelby GT350 Line with Normally Aspirated Model