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Una Voce
   means   
With One Voice
-phonia
   means   
Sound or Voice
Sonorus
   is used to   
Make Your Voice Very Loud
Used in place of a megaphone
Vox Populi
   means   
The Voice of the People
Sotto Voce
   means   
In Soft Voice
Voice
   in French is   
Voix
In a Loud Voice
   in Spanish is   
En Voz Alta
GO SECURE
   means   
Use Encrypted Voice Communications
SPOOFING
   means   
Informative Call That Voice Deception is Being Employed
'Phonation' is the Vibration of the Vocal Chords in the Larynx That Makes the Sound of Our Voice
   is   
True
When a stutterer makes no attempt to phonate (say a word out loud), but merely mouths the word silently, no stuttering is evident.
VTMK
   means   
Voice To Melt Knickers (the Voice Deliberately Cultivated by Some Doctors)
Sean McNamara
   directed   
Raise Your Voice (2004)
Pectoriloquence
   is speech which is   
Sound of Patient's Voice As Heard Through Stethoscope
Ventriloquism
   is speech which is   
Made As if the Voice Came from Elsewhere
Ben-Hur (1959)
   has the last line:   
“And I Felt His Voice Take the Sword out of My Hand.”
Charlton Heston
Voice of America
   in Creole is   
Lavwadlamerik
American overseas radio network
His Master's
      
Voice
RCA Victor logo
Rasp
   is   
Rough, Grating Voice
Aria
   is   
Elaborate Song for Solo Voice
Ireland
   presented the song   
The Voice
Eimear Quinn 1996
Voice
   in Italian is   
Voce
Somewhere a Voice is Calling
   was released by   
John McCormack
1915 - inducted in 1999
Oxyphonia
   means   
Excessive Shrillness of Voice
The Beautiful Voice
   features   
Depuis Le Jour Où Je Me Suis Donnée
From Louise by Charpentier
The Beautiful Voice
   features   
Songs My Mother Taught Me
Dvorak
Voice
   in Greek is   
φωνή
Village Voice
   is published in   
The U.S.A.
New York, NY, U.S.A.
Kirsten Flagstad
   is associated with the   
Voice
Norwegian Wagnerian soprano; 1895-1962
Hildegard Behrens
   is associated with the   
Voice
German soprano; 1937-2009
Maria Callas
   is associated with the   
Voice
American-born Greek soprano, "La Divina"; 1923-1977
Karita Mattila
   is associated with the   
Voice
Leading opera soprano; b. 1960, Somero, Finland
Jessye Norman
   is associated with the   
Voice
Opera and recital dramatic soprano; b. 1945, Augusta, Georgia
Deborah Voigt
   is associated with the   
Voice
American dramatic soprano; b. 1960
Birgit Nilsson
   is associated with the   
Voice
Swedish dramatic soprano; 1918-2005
Helen Traubel
   is associated with the   
Voice
American Wagnerian soprano; 1899-1972
Beverly Sills
   is associated with the   
Voice
American operatic soprano; 1929-2007
Kiri Te Kanawa
   is associated with the   
Voice
New Zealand lyric soprano; b. 1944
Joan Sutherland
   is associated with the   
Voice
Australian dramatic coloratura soprano noted for her bel canto repertoire; "La Stupenda"; b. 1926
Placido Domingo
   is associated with the   
Voice
Spanish tenor and conductor, b. 1941
Billie Holiday
   is associated with the   
Voice
Jazz vocalist
Sarah Vaughan
   is associated with the   
Voice
Jazz vocalist
Ella Fitzgerald
   is associated with the   
Voice
Jazz vocalist
Nat King Cole
   is associated with the   
Voice
Jazz vocalist
Louis Armstrong
   is associated with the   
Voice
Jazz vocalist and trumpeter
Andrea Bocelli
   is associated with the   
Voice
Pop tenor; Italian, b. 1958
Shirley Verrett
   is associated with the   
Voice
American soprano, 1931-2010
Lucia Duchonová
   is associated with the   
Voice
Slovakian mezzo-soprano
Malediction
   is a bundle word for   
Basso Voice
Ghostface
   has the trademark(s)   
Ghost Mask, Black Robe, Voice Changer
Scream. Voiced by Roger L. Jackson.
June Foray
   was a   
Voice Actress
1917 - 2017. The iconic voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel.






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