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…Ȥ ȥ: Latin letter z with a hook, intended for the transcription of Middle High German, for instances of the letter z with a sound value of /s/.
…Ōkawa was born in Sakata, Yamagata, Japan in 1886. He graduated from Tokyo Imperial University in 1911, where he had studied Vedic literature and classical Indian philosophy. After graduation, Ōkawa worked for the Imperial Japanese Army General Staff doing translation work. He had a sound knowledge of German, French, English, Sanskrit and Pali.
…Ą (minuscule: ą) is a letter in the Polish, Kashubian, Lithuanian, Creek, Navajo, Western Apache, Chiricahua, Osage, Hocąk, Mescalero, Gwich’in, Tutchone, and Elfdalian alphabets. It is formed from the letter a and an ogonek and usually, except for modern Polish, denotes a nasal a sound.
…Ólafur and Rasmussen worked together when Ólafur was a sound engineer for Rasmussen’s Bloodgroup project.
… orders the horse to be brought within the city of Troy and placed next to the temple of Pallas Athene. There is a sound of what seems to be the clashing of arms from within the horse, but the Trojans, in their delusion,…
Zweikanalton can be adapted to any existing analogue television system, and modern PAL or SECAM television receivers generally include a sound detector IC that can decode both Zweikanalton and NICAM.
Zuccarelli states that the human auditory system is a sound emitter, producing a reference sound that combines with incoming sound to form an interference pattern inside the ear. The nature of this pattern is sensitive to the direction of…
… separated from it. It finds its fullest expression in the individual for whom it represents the culmination of a sound Jewish education.
… cutting. Recent adjustments were made to the curvature and weights of many current models to capture the sweet spot of the classic A sound, producing crashes, rides, and hats that reflect today’s musical styles.
Ziegfeld appears in a sound prologue to the 1929 film, Show Boat—a part-talkie based on Edna Ferber’s 1926 novel, not the popular stage adaptation that was still playing on Broadway when the film was released. Universal Pictures originally…
… attention. His Grammatica Celtica proved beyond doubt that the Celtic languages were a group of the Indo-European family, which put Celtic philology on a sound scientific basis. After the author’s death the work was revised and re-edited by…
… guitars and noise washes. Their unique sound gained a growing local following (winning several Philly music awards), however, did not increase marketability. Later, Zen Guerrilla fused blues, rock and gospel to create a sound which could be likened to bands such as the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
… stadium was inaugurated in January 1980. The total cost of this phase was AED 550 million.The stadium included gull size grass pitch surrounded facilities to host athletics competitions. An electronic board and a sound system were installed as…
Zang Tumb Tumb (1914) is a sound poem and concrete poem by Italian futurist F. T. Marinetti.
Zaagra – A huge fire is lit in front of a temple of god/goddess during night and the chelas (disciples) along with other locals dance around the fire on a sound of dhol and flute.
Z: He is believed to be Chris Dugan, a sound engineer and the band’s keyboardist.
Shuffle on Sirius/XM Radio Shade 45, and in March 2009, he launched the video website www.RadioPlanet.tv. His productions often use a sound clip of shouting his DJ name, with an echo effect.
Yuu Miyake (born November 19, 1973 in Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese composer and sound engineer formally for Bandai Namco Entertainment. His most known work surfaced with Katamari Damacy soundtracks, on which he served as a sound director. Other works include various tracks in the Tekken and Ridge Racer series.
… orthography”) were adapted to transcribe Yucatec Maya. This included the use of x for the postalveolar fricative sound (often spelled as sh in English), a sound that in Spanish has since turned into a velar fricative nowadays spelled j.
Yttygran is located 3.8 km to the south of Arakamchechen Island and is separated from the continental shore by a sound that is only 1.5 km in its narrowest point. Penkigney Bay lies to the NW of the island.
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