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  • Twain said that such single-voiced dialogue produced “one of the solemnest curiosities of modern life.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • Twain said that such single-voiced dialogue produced “one of the solemnest curiosities of modern life.”

    The English Is Coming!

  • Which brings us to the single-voiced Obamanation crowd.

    Speaking in Tongues

  • 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

  • I wasn't surprised by Silliman's recent post about the ever-declining number of posts on the Poetics Listserv, probably partly due to a shift in single-voiced blogs--upwards of 700 listed on his site now--but I think it must also reflect an ongoing problem with the levels of discussion found in such forums.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • In a single-voiced chorus they relay complex trains of digital thought.

    Furious Gulf

  • It was only at this time that the experiments of the Florentines uncovered the profound musical law that the true dramatic dialogue is to be carried on by single-voiced melodies resting on a basis of chord harmony.

    Some Forerunners of Italian Opera

  • It took less than three minutes before the bundled-up crowd - announced at 60,010 - became a single-voiced chorus, singing "Bear Down" after Cutler completed a 58-yard touchdown pass down the middle of the field to tight end Greg Olsen.

    NYT > Home Page

  • It took less than three minutes before the bundled-up crowd - announced at 60,010 - became a single-voiced chorus, singing "Bear Down" after Cutler completed a 58-yard touchdown pass down the middle of the field to tight end Greg Olsen.

    NYT > Home Page

  • An antidote to the monotony of a single-voiced blog:

    GreenCine Daily

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