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  • n. Plural form of vocalization.


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  • Pollard and Blumstein conducted their study by "recording alarm-call vocalizations in eight species of rodents that live in social groups of various sizes."

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  • And our ancestors, living in small groups where affiliation and identity was important, it seems interesting to think about them having some kind of vocalizations that could have helped them identify each other.

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  • Dr. Gerhard Jahns, a control engineer who helped devise the project, said that about 700 "vocalizations" were recorded from about 20 cows, a process he described as "extremely time-consuming."

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  • "To really have someone taking research and give you real numbers and breakdowns what kind of vocalizations you're having with the kids - I think that's real eye-opening for the teachers," Platz-Davidson says. stories: News

  • Lee described Bigfoot "vocalizations" as imitation bird calls, including whippoorwills and owls, the newspaper reported.

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  • It bends you over and is accompanied by the extraordinary vocalizations of n|om.

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  • Don Henley and Lucinda Williams at The Greek - Get yourself to The Greek to hear the sounds of Eagles member Henley and the unique vocalizations of Williams fill the night air in this beautiful outdoor venue in Griffith Park.

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  • Each new release in America features stark staccato keyboard beats and Mr. Souleyman's gruff vocalizations, which on their own can be jarring.

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  • Google "turkey calling", and you can find some cool sites w/all the turkey vocalizations so you can hear what your trying to sound like.

    anyone have advice for a beginner turkey hunter?

  • So there are times when I can honestly say that I don't like something because I can't relate to the main character; the color palette doesn't work for me; the actor's body language reads differently than his lines and vocalizations; or that a loop of recorded TV doesn't read as art - and I believe all of those to be valid criticisms.

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