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phoneme - 16
User: bjb
Date: 3/24/2012 9:33 am
Views: 1664
Rating: 7

Speaker Characteristics:

 

Gender: female;

Age range: adult;

Language: EN;

Pronunciation dialect: Canadian English.

 

Recording Information (don't worry if you can't find some of this information):

 

Microphone make: there is no name on it - whitebox;

Microphone type: desktop mic;

Audio card make: Analog Devices AD1989B;

Audio card type: integrated;

Audio Recording Software: Audacity rel 1.3.12-beta;

O/S: Debian Squeeze.

 

File Info: 

 

File type: FLAC;

Sampling rate: 48kHz;

Sample rate format: 16bit;

Number of channels: 1;

Audio Processing: no.

Copyright (C) 2012  [Brenda J. Butler]
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vf16-01 Philip dropped back into his chair 
vf16-02 If I was out of the game it would be easily made 
vf16-03 MacDougall, my engineer, believes it 
vf16-04 It is growing, every day, every hour 
vf16-05 Now, you understand 
vf16-06 You have associated with some of these men 
vf16-07 And there's no chivalry, no quarter shown in this fight 
vf16-08 Lord Fitzhugh is the key to the whole situation 
vf16-09 All operations have been carried on from Montreal and Toronto 
vf16-10 Gregson held a lighted match until it burnt his fingertips 
vf16-11 Gregson had seated himself under the lamp and was sharpening a pencil 
vf16-12 He caught himself with a jerk 
vf16-13 How does your wager look now 
vf16-14 He confessed that the sketch had startled him 
vf16-15 After all, the picture was only a resemblance 
vf16-16 He wondered, too, where Roscoe was 
vf16-17 Philip knew that she was not an Indian 
vf16-18 In her haste to get away she had forgotten these things 
vf16-19 Philip took a step toward Gregson, half determined to awaken him 
vf16-20 The thought set his blood tingling
vf16-21 But if Pierre did not return, until tomorrow
vf16-22 Ten minutes had not elapsed since he had dropped the handkerchief
vf16-23 It won't be for sale
vf16-24 For a few moments he ate in silence
vf16-25 Philip did not pursue the subject
vf16-26 Philip produced a couple of cigars and took a chair opposite him
vf16-27 Suppose you saw me at work through the window
vf16-28 He looked like one who had passed through an uncomfortable hour or two
vf16-29 There was nothing more, except a large ink blot under the words
vf16-30 All this day Gregson remained in the cabin
vf16-31 The sixth day he spent in the cabin with Gregson
vf16-32 The flush was gone from her face
vf16-33 That is why I am, am rattled, he laughed
vf16-34 He understood the meaning of the look
vf16-35 She was even more beautiful than when I saw her, before
vf16-36 I'll give a thousand if you produce her, retorted Gregson
vf16-37 They have won popular sentiment through the newspapers
vf16-38 We must achieve our own salvation
vf16-39 In moments of mental energy Philip was restless
vf16-40 He would keep his faith with Gregson for the promised day or two

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Re: phoneme - 16
User: kmaclean
Date: 7/19/2012 6:11 pm
Views: 57
Rating: 7

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