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Among measures in anticipation of crisis are plans to inject into the turmoil as assistants of key decision makers qualified persons who are cognizant of the corrosive effect of crisis upon personal relationships and are also able to raise calm and realistic voices when overburdened leaders near the limit of self-control.
In the book, she also made comparisons of her close gay friends to today's homosexuals, who " jiggle their bottoms, put their little fingers in the air and with their little castrato voices moan about what those ghastly heteros put them through " and that some contemporary homosexuals behave like " fairground freaks ".
One advantage Chaplin found in sound technology was the ability to record a musical score for the film ; he also took the opportunity to mock the talkies, opening City Lights with a squeaky, unintelligible speech that " burlesqued the metallic tones of early talky voices ".
Operating through small, child-sized vocal cords, their voices were also extraordinarily flexible, and quite different from the equivalent adult female voice.
But it may also refer to actual perception of sounds such as voices, tones, or noises which are not apparent to other humans or to recording equipment.
Elfman also provided the singing voice for Jack Skellington in Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas and the voices of both Barrel and the " Clown with the Tear-Away Face ".
The term most commonly refers to the substitution of the voices of the actors shown on the screen by those of different performers speaking a different language ; however the practice also involves the rerecording of audio segments and then synchronizing the recording with the existing footage.
Reports also include inanimate objects being picked up and thrown as if by an invisible person ; noises such as knocking, rapping, or even human voices ; and petty physical attacks on human beings, such as pinching, biting, and hitting.
Lee was a successful songwriter, with songs from the Disney movie Lady and the Tramp, for which she also supplied the singing and speaking voices of four characters.
In Japan, films had not only live music but also the benshi, a live narrator who provided commentary and character voices.
" It was also a period marked by the emergence of a greater variety of voices in science fiction, most notably the rise in the number of female writers, including but not limited to Joanna Russ, Ursula K. Le Guin and James Tiptree, Jr.
Doohan and Barrett would also perform the voices of Sulu and Uhura.
Nichelle Nichols also performed other character voices in addition to Uhura in several episodes, including " The Time Trap " and " The Lorelei Signal ".
Marge's voice is performed by Julie Kavner, who also does the voices of Marge's mother Jacqueline and sisters Patty and Selma.
The show also features the voices of Tim Whitnall, Toyah Willcox, Eric Sykes, and occasionally Sandra Dickinson and Penelope Keith, all of whom provide narration.
There were also some higher-level messages corresponding to advanced program parameters, such as modulation, envelopes and 3D spatialization of voices, as well as instrument-specific messages for guitar, wind, and drum controllers.
He also provided voices for the British satirical puppet show Spitting Image, and starred as Dirk Gently in the BBC Radio adaptations of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency and The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul.
Additionally, genetics also causes variances amongst the same sex, with men and women's singing voices being categorized into types.
While children have been diagnosed with DID before therapy, several were presented to clinicians by parents who were themselves diagnosed with DID ; others were influenced by the appearance of DID in popular culture or due to a diagnosis of psychosis due to hearing voices — a symptom also found in DID.
The people who support reviving neighborhoods are also members, and their voices are the ones that the gentrifiers tend to hear ( London and Palen, 1984 ).
Besides vocal harmonies, Queen were also known for multi-tracking voices to imitate the sound of a large choir through overdubs.
In addition to the Symphonie fantastique, some other orchestral works of Berlioz currently in the standard orchestral repertoire include his " légende dramatique " La damnation de Faust and " symphonie dramatique " Roméo et Juliette ( both large-scale works for mixed voices and orchestra ), and his concertante symphony ( for viola and orchestra ) Harold en Italie, several concert overtures also remain enduringly popular, such as Le Corsaire and Le Carnaval romain.
He would also be fondly remembered for providing all the voices for the claymation animated series The Trap Door in the late 1980s.
Helen of Troy also guesses the plot and tries to trick and uncover the Greek men inside the horse by imitating the voices of their wives.

also and dozens
Euler also discovered dozens of new pairs.
She also had a part in the 1988 Ramones music video for " I Wanna Be Sedated ", appearing as a bride among dozens of party guests.
Kelly had also performed in vaudeville, and recited the poem dozens of times, possibly, to Thayer's dismay, butchering it.
Wells also wrote dozens of short stories and novellas, the best known of which is " The Country of the Blind " ( 1904 ).
Sub-Saharan Africa has also had dozens of empires that pre-date the European colonial era, for example the Ethiopian Empire, Oyo Empire, Asante Union, Luba Empire, Lunda Empire and Mutapa Empire.
The editorial staff, notably Charlie Kadau, John Ficarra and Joe Raiola, also have dozens of articles under their own bylines, as well as substantial creative input into many others.
A flypast is an aerial parade of anything from one to dozens of aircraft, both in commercial context at airshows and also to mark, e. g., national days or significant anniversaries.
The country also had significant populations of Hungarians, Roma, Bulgarians, Ethnic Macedonians, Romanians and other eastern Romance peoples ( including Aromanians, Megleno-Romanians and Vlachs ), plus dozens of other Slavic peoples, namely Bosniaks, Croats, Bunjevci, Šokci, Goranci, Janjevci, Rusins, Slovaks, Muslims by nationality and Yugoslavs.
The country has dozens of beaches such as those found in Zanzibar and national parks like the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Other smaller parks such as Mikumi National parks which is located near Dar es Salaam also contribute to the economy of the country.
According to the Los Angeles Times article, " The agency also asked the dozens of families that contacted officials to look for signs of disturbances -- shifted or cracked gravestones or anything else that appeared different from previous visits -- and didn ’ t receive a single call back, he said ".
In Hungary, dozens of villages are also threatened with abandonment.
Some predatory mites also feed on pollen, with some species being able to subsist solely on pollen, such as Euseius tularensis, which feeds on the pollen of dozens of plant species.
He also creates Yuuzhan Vong Hunter Droids, two of which prove crucial in the assault on Myrkr to destroy the voxyn queen, and dozens more are used in assaults on Vong strongholds throughout the war.
With the measures also came more domestic repression, with thousands of Islamists being imprisoned, including dozens of military officers.
The scandal also resulted in the indictment, trial, conviction and incarceration of 43 people, including dozens of Nixon's top administration officials.
The community also supports dozens of kosher food shops, bakeries and to a lesser extent, restaurants.
George Carlin also referenced the dozens in his Occupation: Foole album while talking about his upbringing in Manhattan: " You wanna play the dozens?
While dozens of zoos worldwide have Przewalski's horses in small numbers, there are also specialized reserves dedicated primarily to the species.
The Council also supports an environmental science program that involves dozens of staff and associated scientists ; this includes a major program which seeks transformation of manufacturing industries to more sustainable production.
Moore would later reveal, in an attempt to connect the original one-off Swamp Thing story from House of Secrets to the main Swamp Thing canon, that there had been dozens, perhaps hundreds, of Swamp Things since the dawn of humanity, and that all versions of the creature were designated defenders of the Parliament of Trees, an elemental community also known as " the Green " that connects all plant life on Earth.
During his student years, he also painted dozens of nudes, still lifes, landscapes, and portraits, including his self-portraits.
Pickens appeared in dozens of films, including Old Oklahoma Plains ( 1952 ), Down Laredo Way ( 1953 ), One-Eyed Jacks ( 1961 ) with Marlon Brando, Dr. Strangelove ( 1964 ), Major Dundee ( 1965 ) with Charlton Heston, the remake of Stagecoach ( 1966 ; Pickens played the driver, portrayed in the 1939 film by Andy Devine ), Never a Dull Moment ( 1968 ), The Cowboys ( 1972 ) with John Wayne, Ginger in the Morning ( 1974 ) with Fred Ward, Blazing Saddles ( 1974 ), Poor Pretty Eddy ( 1975 ), Rancho Deluxe ( 1975 ), The Getaway with Steve McQueen, Tom Horn ( 1980 ), also with McQueen, An Eye for an Eye ( 1966 ) and Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid ( 1973 ) in a small but memorable role.
Towne has also a " stellar reputation " in the motion-picture industry as an uncredited script doctor, who has worked in such a capacity for The Godfather, Bonnie and Clyde, The Parallax View, The Rock and dozens of other Hollywood films.

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