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1 Hermes Outlet on Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:21 am

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23.1' as heard in fife, fist c. Make a flat, hissing sound by pressing the breath between the lower lip and the points of tho upper teeth in 1 the sound of / as in few, giraffe c., will be heard. Mixtures. There are four of these produced by combining the four hisses, with sound or voice from the larynx. 24. Z s heard in zeal or s heard in measure. The hiss of s (20), combined with sound from the larynx, is represented by z in gizzard, Hermes Bags X in Xema c. 25. Zh as heard in glazier c. The sound of sh (21), with voice from the larynx Hermes Handbags is that of z in azure, or s in leisure c.
26. 27i as heard in ttts. The sound of th in lAeme (22) with hermes sale sound from the larynx, is that of th in them, thine c. 27. V as heard in voice c The hiss hermes kelly of / (23) with sound from the larynx, is that of v heard in vow, wave vex, c. Some will be disposed to doubt the correctness of these descriptions from the different positions of the tongue in producing the mixtures from that assumed for the corresponding hisses, as for z in seal and s in sal, but let them notice that this is incidental to the use of the larynx, even in the mildest whisper or breath sound, whereas, * is formed hermes birkin by merely blowing from the lungs.
It may be best to observe that different positions of the organs of speech are resorted Hermes Outlet to by such as have organs imperfectly formed or otherwise defective as the loss of UeOi, obstructions of the nose c, as for instance, great snuff takers, for "John is coming," will say "Jod is cobbig." 28. J? as heard in ham, ah, hah. Let the larynx be open for breathing or making sound, then commence any vowel sound while it is open.


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