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  • v. Present participle of vocalise.

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Examples

  • So here is Abraham – a cautious, reserved character I ask at one point whereabouts he lives in London; he clearly doesn't want to answer in any detail, not given to vocalising grand strategies, or publicly lobbying for more money or less regulation.

    David Abraham: the devil is in the detail

  • On stand-out songs you'll find her vocalising in the frank, witty, but ultimately doomed mode of the great balladeer.

    This week's new live music

  • Posted at: June 25th, 2009 03:40 pm UTC ...and according to *that*, the tune originates from a Welsh folk song anyway, so Larrikin really are vocalising via their faecal emitters. =:o\

    News from the House of Sticks -

  • About par for the course with the others, convulsions and vocalising and a long period of disorientation afterwards.

    Swings and Roundabouts

  • His style isn't to everyone's liking though, and some critics aren't shy in vocalising that.

    Filmstalker: No Transformers 3 for Michael Bay? Updated

  • Unions, as well as his post in the SA Democratic Teachers Unions, citing that claim as well as him not vocalising the union body's line of support for ANC president Jacob Zuma.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It was the first time I've ever seen females in a mariachi band, and their light, pretty voices when vocalising were a beautiful contrast to the usual middle-aged male yodel.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Next time I'm back there, go against your grain and remind me why I work, study, try to be more self sufficient, allow frustration, vocalising emotions and continually growing patience with and for my love Claire.

    [ Dear Ms. Misery ] on 11.29.06 @ 7:18 pm

  • Garbarek's music epitomises the ECM sound, with his ethereal sax vocalising over Eberhard Weber's electric double bass, Rainer Bruninghaus's keyboards and the energetic percussion of the non-stop Marilyn Mazur.

    Sax on a stick

  • And, bookending the event, some truly inspiring religious vocalising (Tallis? or possibly Byrd ....... some devotional music anyway) from a distinctly black shirted vocal ensemble.

    The Fall

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