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  • River was an Indian — novel, fat, many-voiced, wide-screen; Cyberabad Days is tales.

    Pyr's McDonald, Edelman & Roberson: Too Much to Keep Track of

  • River was an Indian — novel, fat, many-voiced, wide-screen; Cyberabad Days is tales.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Because I feel my horror so strongly that I must howl in order to obtain an answer, I am considered insane, but if I conceal my horror in my heart and talk about the weather, the shortage of food, clothes and tobacco, I receive a many-worded and many-voiced reply, and am considered sensible.'

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Because I feel my horror so strongly that I must howl in order to obtain an answer, I am considered insane, but if I conceal my horror in my heart and talk about the weather, the shortage of food, clothes and tobacco, I receive a many-worded and many-voiced reply, and am considered sensible.'

    Mirjam Tuominen - 4

  • The voices, of uncertain name and of distinctive mystery of origin, must be perceived so we may hear them as we have heard other ancient poets of Asia, of a religious and metaphysical cast, from China's Laozi tradition, India's Mahadevi, Sumeria's Enheduanna, and Israel's many-voiced prophets.

    Jesus, Poets and Prophets

  • River was an Indian—novel, fat, many-voiced, wide-screen; Cyberabad Days is tales.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The Times is simply not a single-voiced agenda-driven organization -- it is instead a many-voiced collection of people with quite different perspectives trying hard to present information without making political arguments for or against any state or party.

    Women Erased in Israel, Flogged in Pakistan and Restricted in Afghanistan - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • In Dreams from My Father, the new president displays an enviable facility for dialogue, and puts it to good use, animating a cast every bit as various as the one James Baldwin — an obvious influence — conjured for his own many-voiced novel Another Country.

    Speaking in Tongues

  • Criticism of The Times is easy, but it often fundamentally misunderstands the nature of the organization, which is many-voiced and not close to monolithic or tightly controlled as so many critics assert without recourse to the facts.

    Did Costumes and Props Undercut the Seriousness of the G-20 Protests? - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • It is however not wrong if the singer is improvising a counterpoint and ends with imperfect consonance, but in that case, the movement should be many-voiced.

    Archive 2009-06-01

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