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  • Voices Throughout The Play
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    Under milk wood is a radio play written by Dylan Thomas, it tells the story of a day in the life of a small town called Llareggub. The play is set in the 1950's, and it has two narrators, called Voice 1 and Voice 2, which act as dramatic devices and move the play along in space and time. The Voices give poetry to the play by giving the listener Thomas's view of the town. The two voices are Thomas's opportunity to act as a guide to Llareggub. He uses the Voices throughout the play, the first Voic...
  • Volume Of Seymour's Voice
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    Actor Critique Paper Little Shop Horrors is a story about a man who finds an unusual plant in a Chinese market. The man, Seymour nurses the Venus flytrap like plant to full health by his blood. The plant wins him everything he could want, respect, love and money. All to be lost in unity at the end. The main plot of little shop of Horrors revolves around Seymour. Seymour's ambition of Audrey to become his girlfriend. Seymour also wants respect from his boss and he also wants to make a little mone...
  • Voice Telephone Users And People
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    -TTY TTYs (also called Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TDD) and text telephones) are used for two-way text conversation over a telephone line. They are the primary tool used by deaf people (and some hard of hearing people) for telephone conversation. Other visual telecommunications technologies and services, such as Internet chat and messaging, email, e-paging, and fax and e-mail are also used in telecommunications by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. -TRS Telecommunications relay ...
  • Their Use Of Continuous Voice Recognition Technology
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    First off, what is voice recognition technology? Voice recognition is a computer application that lets people control a computer by speaking to it. In other words, rather than using a keyboard to communicate with the computer, the user speaks commands into a microphone (usually on a headset) that is connected to a computer. By speaking into the microphone, users can do two things. First, they can tell their computers to execute commands such as open a document, save changes, delete a paragraph, ...
  • St Francis To The Dwarf's Voice
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    Critical Evaluation-Assisi poem that I have been studying recently is Assisi by Norman McCaig, which I found very interesting to read because it made a statement which relates to our world today even though the poem was wrote about thirty or forty years ago. The poem has lots of ideas including effective figures of speech, good choice of words, important images and irony. The statement that McCaig makes is, where ever there is great wealth it always exists along side great poverty. The poem is s...
  • Voice Recognition Chip
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    Fortunately, we both converged on the idea of constructing what we call the Universal Voice-Activated Telephone Dialer. This unit would function as a voice-activated telephone dialer that could be used on any touch-tone phone. It would be a box external from the telephone that would mount on the receiver of the phone. The box would basically consist of a microphone, a voice recognition microchip, a DTMF encoder, and a speaker. The user would speak the telephone # he / she wishes to dial after mo...
  • Josquin's Motet Style
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    In the province of Hainaut, Belgium around 1440, Josquin Desprez was born. His first dominant position he held was to become choirmaster to Duke Ecole I of Ferrara. This is the time where he began to write most of his music. He received musical training at Cambrai, France and was now putting it to good use. He wrote motets, chansons, masses, a handful of instrumental pieces, and Italian's (part song's). In April of 1505, at the duke's death, Josquin became provost of the collegiate church of Not...
  • Their Voices In The Essay
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    Exiles Response In the essay "Exiles", Carolyn Steedman uses different voices throughout the story. Steedman uses her mom, dad, and grandma's voice to speak her essay to the reader. She does this by either using someone else's memories of the instant by referring to what their mom did, told by the father or grandmother. She also uses memories or voices that her mom or dad said. An example of this would be the telling of Steedman mom's story, which was told by her father at the time "in bits and ...
  • Slug And Sage Francis
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    Some styles or techniques used by Hip-hop emcees, or rappers, may be shared by more than one person. Each emcee uses these styles or techniques in their own inimitable way. The difference in two prominent rappers, Slug and Sage Francis, is remarkable. Each uses his personal "twist" of rhyming to bring music to a microphone. Slug and Sage Francis are most notably different from each other in their voice, flow, and lyrics. A Hip-hop emcee, Slug, has a voice, flow, and lyrics identical to no other....
  • Poetic Voice's Family Line
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    "The Metaphors of Africa' "Wishing Africa' is a poem in which many thought provoking metaphors are used to make it come alive by giving the reader great illustrations. First of all what is a metaphor? A metaphor is a figure of speech that make comparison between two unlike things, without using the words like or as. Marilyn Brooks utilizes metaphor to shape one of the most interesting and dramatic poems. The essence of this poem lies within the metaphors. There are metaphors all through out "Wis...

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