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Her voice may have become slightly huskier, but it was the mature sound of a career well spent.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has vowed to address growing concerns surrounding the sport's lack of an appealing noise, with the piercing scream of the old V8 engine replaced by a huskier tone, complete with whistles and whirrs from the 1.
Think of what Sandy Hook might have been like if a couple of male teachers who had played high school football, or even some of the huskier 12-year-old boys, had converged on Lanza.
The chain-smoking forensic pathologist returns with a new hairdo and huskier voice as head of a Home Office forensic research centre - The Body Farm.
She's from the South, so the voice had to be huskier than mine," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
Turpin's distinctive voice seemingly arrives from another time and place, while Ward's Chris Hole reports: softer, huskier tones make for the perfect foil.
Now they are "dressed down" and their faces are freshly scrubbed, although Casey's voice appears to be a little huskier than usual after all that singing.
WOMEN looking for a mate shun men with high-pitched voices in favour of huskier tones, scientists claim.
Less mannered and huskier than previously, she's capable of sending shivers down the spine and, when she hits those low notes, she hits you right in the bass chakra.
The tape, issued to coincide with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, sounded like the deposed dictator, but huskier.
Though his voice is huskier and more brittle now, this collection serves to acknowledge the perception and imagination that has made Milanes a legend, with profound prose and songs that stick to the soul.