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smooth-sounding

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  • It's never too early for future autohagiographers to begin work on their titles, and prospective 2016 candidates are reportedly paying consultants huge sums for smooth-sounding monikers with lots of Google-friendly key words.

    Michael Sigman: Tpaw and the Campaign 'Autohagiography'

  • With his smooth-sounding voice, Don Pardo is perhaps one of the best-known television announcers of all time.

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  • It's never too early for future autohagiographers to begin work on their titles, and prospective 2016 candidates are reportedly paying consultants huge sums for smooth-sounding monikers with lots of Google-friendly key words.

    Michael Sigman: Tpaw and the Campaign 'Autohagiography'

  • He became an Internet sensation early last week after The Columbus Dispatch posted a video of him showing off his smooth-sounding radio voice.

    Internet Sensation Ted Williams Briefly Held by LAPD

  • The album is stock full of melodic harmonies, floating piano arpeggios, and quasi-abrasive guitarrifts, resolved with the eerie and smooth-sounding voice of their lead singer, Daniel Rossen.

    Fog, Floods and the Department of Eagles | Seattle Metblogs

  • But in conversational recordings, as well as use in a songwriting session with acoustic instruments, Mikey yielded usable and smooth-sounding files.

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  • Between 1972 and 1987, the smooth-sounding group put more than 40 singles on the R&B charts.

    CNN Transcript Mar 14, 2005

  • Musical, smooth-sounding, handled the highest note on a 5-string bass and the lowest, went from a slow subtle tremor to a quavering operatic vibrato and everything in between.

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  • But it is when we come to market prices for the farmer's produce that we get, I suspect, at the root and origin of the smooth-sounding phrase of the "Good old times when George the III. was King."

    Fragments of Two Centuries Glimpses of Country Life when George III. was King

  • And so, by the mouth of the Lord High Commissioner, the Bishops heard under its smooth-sounding title the plan for their approaching doom read out from the steps of the Throne, and as soon as the King and the Queen had retired, budding members on the ministerial side in both Houses rose up to congratulate the Cabinet and the country on those wise and statesmanlike proposals, and hardened veterans upon the other, the

    King John of Jingalo The Story of a Monarch in Difficulties

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