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  • Throughout the building, one could discern the subaudible pulse of compressors, water chillers, laser-deposition chambers, gas chromatographs, fume-exhaust systems, recirculated-air pumps, and all manner of other specialized electrical apparatus.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

  • The only sound was the almost subaudible hiss of the Vineyard breeze sifting through the trees.

    Third Strike

  • She drifted into the subaudible mumble that was her medium for describing and critiquing—mostly to herself—an irrational and probably insane world.

    Again to Carthage

  • The only sound was the almost subaudible hiss of the Vineyard breeze sifting through the trees.

    Third Strike

  • The other is a deep, nearly subaudible drone with an occasional beat like the pulse of a sloth deep in hibernation.

    Disquiet » Field Music MP3

  • But as I was saying, I remember sitting there, playing with his cards and his pennies, Grammy chastising him in the background, so incessant it was subaudible to us as we laughed and ignored her screams of complaint and abuse.

    Pop Pop

  • But as I was saying, I remember sitting there, playing with his cards and his pennies, Grammy chastising him in the background, so incessant it was subaudible to us as we laughed and ignored her screams of complaint and abuse.

    Pop Pop

  • They meet with a subaudible thud that shakes the asteroid.

    Passage at Arms

  • "Yes?" answered Alexa, with a point of interrogation subaudible, and held her book so that be might feel it on the point of being lifted again to eager eyes.

    The Elect Lady

  • But for many of us, here’s the subaudible “buzz” of our inner lives:

    HOW EVIL WORKS

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