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Derricotte gives voice to the excruciating pain and agony of natural birth--"natural" as opposed to the blissful sleep or reduction of pain during the birth process that is induced by anesthesia.
Add a gay or lesbian sensibility to the mix, and you have music that gives voice to artistic, personal, and political concerns that might otherwise have been masked.
Hardly any identifiable group or notable individual within a group is left out of this refreshing approach to "doing history from below," as the author gives voice to known and unknown writers in the early sixteenth century whose pamphlets enjoyed a widely dispersed readership but whom historians of subsequent generations generally overlooked in their preoccupation with the prominent history makers of the day.
Perhaps, but music, or song, also gives voice to our passions--mournful and joyous.
Both man-hating and male-defined, Lunch is powered by a kind of brutally articulate vanity that saves her from the demons she's drawn to and gives voice to her sometimes scary, frequently funny, always canny, never sentimental siren song.
IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE, AMERICAN FORESTS LOOKS AT THE CORE ISSUES, GIVES VOICE TO KEY PEOPLE ON ALL SIDES, AND SEARCHES FOR SOLUTIONS, WHICH SEEM PITIFULLY FEW.
Ubicom's StreamEngine[R] technology gives voice calls priority on the Internet connection, even when the connection is running at full speed.