double tongue


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Verb1.double tongue - play fast notes on a wind instrumentdouble tongue - play fast notes on a wind instrument
music - musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
music - (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)
tongue - articulate by tonguing, as when playing wind instruments
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Differently, the ultrasound pattern of the liquids /l/ and /r/ is characterized by the presence of double tongue gestures: one related to the tip of the tongue and the other to the dorsum of the tongue, making more complex sounds from an articulatory point of view.
Do the same thing: see if you can double-tongue one note; double tongue that one note plus two of your favorite other notes, separated; add on the first three notes of each major scale separated or consistent in your favorite rhythm; double tongue consistently/separated up and down in triads in all keys; double tongue consistent/separated notes on your favorite patriotic song:
(1991) have reported that, the incidence of double tongue was found to be one in 50.000 children.
The rumors of Zardari having married this lady have unfortunately been deliberately aided by the said lady by avoiding answers to pointed questions, speaking with double tongue and otherwise employing gestures and pauses in replies to the questions, the spokesperson said.
Several different grafting techniques were taught, including insertion, single tongue, double tongue and tube splice grafting.
The tight fitting double tongue and groove interlocking joint designs create a weather- and airtigh environment, eliminating vapor drive and thermal bridging.
Converse double tongue 'Ox' trainer pounds 34, Stand-out.net
Shake it loose, baby, double head, double tongue. 14.
From among several other titles in Golding's handwriting at the head of the drafts, The Double Tongue has been chosen by the editors.
It is now a decade since William Golding's sudden death from heart failure whilst working on his last novel, The Double Tongue. Reaction in the press was generally of intense respect: at eighty-one his was a long and ultimately laurelled literary career.
Carol Ann Dewar, 29, had a double tongue stud fitted by Haining.