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phoneme - 25
User: bjb
Date: 2/3/2012 9:19 am
Views: 1664
Rating: 11

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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vf25-01 And how would we ever find ourselves
vf25-02 I defy any man to get a Solomon Island sore in California
vf25-03 A bush chief had died a natural death
vf25-04 The skipper's and Nakata's gymnastics served as a translation without words
vf25-05 Last night he showed all the symptoms of coming down with pneumonia
vf25-06 My idea was that he would have more influence over the natives
vf25-07 It is merely the simple superlative
vf25-08 I made no more overtures
vf25-09 Among my minor afflictions, I may mention a new and mysterious one
vf25-10 The voyage was our idea of a good time
vf25-11 At sea, Tuesday, March Seventeenth, Nineteen Oh Eight
vf25-12 Yes, sir, he answered, with cheerful alacrity
vf25-13 I was still weak from my prolonged immersion
vf25-14 The boy hesitated, then mastered his temper
vf25-15 I was beneath the water, suffocating and drowning
vf25-16 The pain from my hurt knee was agonizing
vf25-17 The hunters were still arguing and roaring like some semi-human amphibious breed
vf25-18 I have been robbed, sir, I amended
vf25-19 You were looking squeamish this afternoon, he began
vf25-20 How could I answer the question on the spur of the moment
vf25-21 I learned it myself in English ships
vf25-22 An altruistic act is an act performed for the welfare of others
vf25-23 Knowing him, I review the old Scandinavian myths with clearer understanding
vf25-24 Yes, and no, sir, was the slow reply
vf25-25 And each year something happened, and I did not go
vf25-26 How in hell did he know it was you in the dark
vf25-27 Of course much grumbling went on, and little outbursts were continually occurring
vf25-28 You have all the advantage
vf25-29 The dirk mentioned by Wolf Larsen rested in its sheath on my hip
vf25-30 Have you ever earned a dollar by your own labour
vf25-31 He gave no reason, but his motive was obvious enough
vf25-32 Ah, it was sweet in my ears
vf25-33 He may desire to escape pain, or to enjoy pleasure
vf25-34 It was impossible to hoist sail and claw off that shore
vf25-35 There was nothing for us but the wide raw ocean
vf25-36 I arose obediently and went down the beach
vf25-37 The next thing to watch out for is bed sores
vf25-38 At that moment I got the impression that she was willowy
vf25-39 Your father's fifth command, he nodded
vf25-40 On occasion, on this traverse, the Cape Verde Islands are raised

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