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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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.
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.
I attempted to have this done at a Royal Navy hospital whilst being examined for an operation for polyps on the vocal chords.
NEW YORK: The lead singer for the pop group The Spin Doctors has been stricken with a rare paralysis of his vocal chords and doctors fear he may never regain full use of his voice.
Doctors believe he damaged the muscles controlling his vocal chords during a show in France.
London, July 11 (ANI): Michael Jackson spent thousands of pounds trying to get leading throat specialists to implant vocal chords into his pet chimp Bubbles, it has been revealed.
THE follow-up to the 2005 Mercury Music prizewinning album I Am A Bird Now has been compared to Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Road due, in large part, to Antony Hegarty's ability to wring his vocal chords over a bleak musical landscape.
She was politely ignored and even broke into a smile after Crerand admitted his vocal chords had been lubricated by a few beverages.
I find that these things help" - John Lydon, alias Johnny Rotten, when asked howhe keeps his vocal chords in shape.
SOLIHULL male voice choir will be stretching their vocal chords for their next concert in the borough.