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** and Japanese
** Chinese character, a written language symbol ( sinogram ) used in Chinese, Japanese, and other languages
** Japanese input methods
** The Tale of the Heike ( Japanese epic war tale )
** Daigo Fuyumoto ( 1648-1697 ), Japanese court noble who founded the family branch
** Shoot boxing – A Japanese form of kickboxing which allows throwing and submission while standing, similar to Sanda.
** Used in place of ん in Japanese typing shorthand.
** Japanese Quail, Coturnix japonica
** These benthic and limnetic species even display their mating preferences when presented with sticklebacks from Japanese lakes ; that is, a Canadian benthic prefers a Japanese benthic over its close limnetic cousin from its own lake.
** Japanese tissue
** Yamaha Motor Company, a Japanese motorized vehicle-producing company
** Yamaha Pro Audio, a Japanese company specializing in products for the professional audio market
** Mayumi Iizuka, Japanese voice actress ( seiyū )
** Norifumi Yamamoto, Japanese mixed martial artist
** Misaki Ito, Japanese actress
** Angela Aki, Japanese singer-songwriter
** Kanai Mika, Japanese seiyu
** Minami Takayama, Japanese voice actress and singer ( Two-Mix & DoCo )
** Boshiro Hosogaya, Japanese admiral ( b. 1888 )
** Iwamoto Kaoru, Japanese professional Go player ( b. 1902 )
** Karina, Japanese model and actress
** Ai Iwamura, Japanese actress
** Nomura Yuka, Japanese actress
** Keiichiro Koyama, Japanese singer ( NEWS ) and actor

** and sound
** Optional POKEY sound chip on cartridge for improved sounds.
** Near-open front unrounded vowel, the vowel sound represented by the æ symbol
** Acoustic dispersion, for sound waves
** Samurai cinema, a subgenre of jidaigeki, also known as chambara ( onomatopoeia describing the sound of swords clashing ).
** Stereo sound
** The Voice-provides speech synthesis & enhanced sound effects
** Quantization ( sound processing )
** Walter Murch, American film editor and sound designer
** George Robert Vincent, American sound recording pioneer ( d. 1985 )
** Stock sound effect
** Clipping ( audio ), the clipping of the top and bottom of a sound wave, referred to as distortion or overdrive
** Controlling sound and video attributes, as well as the channel list, in modern TVs
** Ben-Hur ( 1959 film ), an MGM sound film starring Charlton Heston that won 11 Academy Awards
** Sampler ( musical instrument ), an electronic music instrument that plays back sound recordings on command
** Stereophonic sound, namely two channel audio
** Surround sound, more than two channels though still technically stereo
** single action, producing sound only in one bellows direction ( usually found only on English System bass instruments and some baritone Instruments );
** double action, producing sound in both bellows directions ;
** 4 channel mono sound ( 3 Square Waves, 1 White noise )
** Use of sound instead of standard ⟨ a ⟩ in the third person singular of most verbs ; e. g. ( ell ) cantava ( instead of ) ' he sang '.
** Jim Uzwack ( engineer ) and sound man, Kenneth R. Irwin, Tom Pick ( engineers & producers ) & Jimmy Sturr ( engineer, producer & artist ) for Gone Polka
** Elision, the loss of a sound
** Audiophiles go towards sound sources.
** Audiophobes go away from sound sources.

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