nonspeech

nonspeech

(ˌnɒnˈspiːtʃ)
n
(Languages) absence of speech; silence, muteness
adj
(Linguistics) not involving speech, that is not part of speech
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Exercises are specific patterns of pitches, vowels, consonants, and some nonspeech sounds that are used to develop technique and to establish or renew the body-mind relationship.
Effect of age on detection of gaps in speech and nonspeech markers varying in duration and spectral symmetry.
Zauderer says nothing about what happens if the disclosure requirement is triggered not by commercial advertising, but by some other nonspeech commercial activity.
109) Conduct that incorporates both speech and nonspeech elements allows for government regulation if the regulation furthers a "sufficiently important governmental interest.
PET imaging of differential cortical activation by monaural speech and nonspeech stimuli.
at 26 ("The intermediate test, whether the time, place, and manner or the O'Brien version, requires a careful consideration of competing interests through an ad hoc balancing of the harm done to speech as weighed against the importance of the government's nonspeech interest.
Five reasons why nonspeech oral motor exercises do not work on school based issues.
The spectrogram of a speech signal has distinct characteristics, and we need to focus on different directions relative to a point of interest (POI) for nonspeech components.
Additional measures not reported here, including a range of electrophysiological tests and a number of behavioral tests with speech and nonspeech stimuli, will be reported separately once the full cohort of participants has been recruited and tested.
Emerging Constitutional Limitations on Government Regulation of NonSpeech Economic Activity, 33 N.
thought of as nonspeech, "virtually every means of communicating
188) Psychoanalysis is also subject to First Amendment protection, and SOCE, which employs methods using speech and nonspeech, falls under this category.