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  • n. Plural form of vocalizer.


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  • From inside she could hear the young vocalizers launching into their next tune, a poorly coordinated round of which none of the words were distinguishable.

    The Unforgiven

  • Merseian basso, Ruadrath purr and trill, the former using vocalizers to create the latter.

    A Circus of Hells

  • Our only advantages over them are that we have a developed theory of linguistics, and vocalizers to reproduce his kind of sounds more accurately.

    Ensign Flandry

  • "I'll lead the way," sang the robot, raising the amplification of its external vocalizers until the church facade echoed.

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  • For primates, the best-studied vocalizers, social relationships are often so complex and self-evident that it's possible to play recordings of individual voices, then see how animals respond.

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  • And fish are not the only under-reported vertebrate vocalizers: crocodiles, for example, also vocalize. - making science user-friendly


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