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“Mr. Oosting notes that higher-pitched songs generally soundmuch better on cellphone speakers.”
“Not Mel Sagrado Maghuyop, a Filipino-American musical-comedy singer who neither looks nor sounds like Brynner he has a higher-pitched voice and is shorter than Rachel York, his leading lady.”
“Ray used a thinner, higher-pitched tone, which sounded cool, like special effects.”
“I heard the doors open, releasing a party of voices, mostly bass in tone, with the occasional higher-pitched voice of a young woman.”
“– If his voice is shrill, I would recommend replacing the word “hollered” in the previous paragraph with something that sounds higher-pitched.”
“It was the rotor noise from the surviving MI-8, but louder and higher-pitched than before, wailing from above.”
“Ahhhhhh — good afternoon everybody!" he squealed, getting louder and higher-pitched as he made four words last seven seconds.”
“Azarenka's grunts are longer and higher-pitched, and were described by one Wimbledon watcher this year as "like Mickey Mouse in distress".”
““He says so!” answered the higher-pitched and noticeably irritated voice of Jasminder Choudhury, catching La Forge only slightly by surprise.”
“Both men and women equally saw the women with the higher-pitched voices as more attractive and more likely to be cheaters.”
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