(1) In English, /h/ is like a voiceless vowel in that there is no fricative-like narrowing in the mouth, so that the greatest point of narrowing is in the glottis.(2) That's why our legislators need to put rights on the statute books which will protect our voiceless citizens should the economy dip.(3) Neither Mandarin Chinese nor Tibetan distinguishes phonologically between voiced and voiceless obstruent initials, unlike Dzongkha and, for example, English.(4) They're voiceless , they're powerless and that's why they need advocates.(5) Some women crossed their faces with their fists to depict voiceless women as a list of demands were read.(6) An operation for goitre has left her voiceless .(7) There is a serious question about whether they are able to give voice to some of the most voiceless people in our society while being funded so heavily by the government.(8) Part of the healing was giving voice to the voiceless prisoner in the greater community as she brought poets into San Quentin and published poems of her students for the world outside to hear.(9) He said, no longer should they be voiceless , since they too were purveyors of wisdom.(10) Voiced sounds such as vowels and certain consonants such as b, d, and g require vibration of the vocal folds, while voiceless sounds such as the consonants p, t, and k require the vocal folds to be wide apart.(11) He was born disabled and voiceless with a gaze permanently haunted by a look of terror.(12) This is the most massive financial scandal in UN history, the most disgusting, and the most damaging to vulnerable, voiceless people.(13) Read the book to learn of the other angle, the humiliations voiceless workers put up with on the job.(14) I suspect this to be the view of the majority: the voiceless people of the third world who experience on a daily basis the meaningless attrition of AIDS, war, famine, or infectious diseases.(15) I wanted to understand the cause behind this hatred, especially when it is directed towards voiceless women and children.(16) But on the other hand, I had witnessed so many voiceless women that I wanted to play the roles, I wanted to portray them.
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