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- n. A kind of organ pipe.
- n. A sound signal which produces sound by means of a slotted piston moved back and forth by compressed air.
- n. A particular dialectal variant of a phoneme.
- n. All the dialectal variants of a phoneme, considered as a whole.
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- n. a foghorn that makes a signal consisting of two tones
“Delia Hopkins,” by another name, could be diaphone silk, akin polished, oedipal knish.
"Delia Hopkins," by another name, could be diaphone silk, akin polished, oedipal knish.
The 32-foot open diaphone is located behind the picture screen.
Like the lighthouse keeper who could not sleep when the diaphone did not wrneeee-hrnawwww for five seconds of each and every minute, Jerry
The DRLPS has received a matching fund grant to rehabilitate the DeTour Reef Light's original diaphone foghorn system, to its 1931 configuration.
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