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I exercise to help improve my breathing, and vocalize to warm up my vocal cords.
Urinary tract infections and/or stone formation in the urinary tract can be associated with pain and discomfort, and may cause cats to vocalize.
Event organiser and founder of Vocalize, Holly Shahverdi, said: "I have been teaching singing since I was 15.
The third implication is that literacy teachers need to devise instructional strategies to help struggling readers who vocalize or move their lips make the necessary transition to silent reading.
1997), while some species of rodents vocalize more when isolated at cool air temperatures (Blumberg and Alberts, 1990).
Poveda, by the way, not only has a voice similar to his mentor, but also has the ability to vocalize and create like the greats.
He "urged the League's members to mobilize their 99,000 associates in a grassroots campaign to contact their members of Parliament and vocalize their support for traditional marriage (LSN, Aug.
Executives in today's politically correct environment cannot easily vocalize such opinions in a public forum as they are then equated to be in sympathy, if not in cooperation, with the accused.
Sac-winged bats vocalize during courtship or territorial spats.
Toward the end of "Printed Matter" there is a fifteen-page instruction poem, each page of which directs readers to a particular place in a particular book where they are instructed to make certain editorial changes, ranging from excising and replacing one or two phrases to deleting a period, or to vocalize that portion of text in some definite way, or simply to take note of it.
One respondent commented: "I give it the sleep-at-night test: If I don't vocalize my opposition, can I sleep at night?