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" ... as represented in the diagram, then in direct order again, and so on in cycles, each cycle being merely the repetition of bd, but the vowels becoming less distinct in each successive cycle. The distance of any given vowel from its respective centre... "
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society - الصفحة 240
بواسطة Cambridge Philosophical Society - 1830
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The Alphabet of Nature: Or, Contributions Towards a More Accurate Analysis ...

1845 - عدد الصفحات: 194
...vowel, or, in mathematical symbols, the length of the pipe " equal 2 nr-jr, or 2 nr — v (inches,) n being any whole number. " When the pitch of the...impossible. For instance, let the wave of the reed be ac (No. 3), where half of ac is less than the wave producing U. No. 3. IE AOU UO AEI •a -b -c...
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On articulate sounds, and on the causes and cure of impediments of speech

John Bishop - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 79
...a, be equal to v, the same vowel will be constantly produced by a pipe whose length is = 2 na + v, n being any whole number. When the pitch of the reed is so high, that the length of its wave is less than twice the distance corresponding to any vowel, the...
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Glossology: Being a Treatise on the Nature of Language, and on the Language ...

Charles V. Kraitsir - 1852 - عدد الصفحات: 240
...cycles, becoming less distinct in each cycle : iea ou wo aei iea ouuo aei i i — ~Ti 2" ~mand s< f> When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels become impossible. According to the length of the sound-waves, the series may not reach higher than o. If still higher...
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Transactions of the Philological Society, المجلد 5

Philological Society (Great Britain) - 1854
...distance of any given vowel from its respective centre points a, c, &c. being always the same in all. " When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels...3), where %ac is less than the length producing U. * "I use these letters throughout with the continental pronunciation."' IE A 'No. 3. U u A El " In...
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Bullettino della Commissione archeologica municipale

1854
...distance of any given vowel from its respective centre points a, c, &c. being always the same in all. " When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels...instance, let the wave of the reed =ac (No. 3), where |ae is less than the length producing U. * " I use these letters throughout with the continental pronunciation."...
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Proceedings of the Philological Society, المجلد 5

1854
...distance of any given vowel from its respective centre points a, c, &c. being always the same in all. " When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels...impossible. For instance, let the wave of the reed = ize (No. 3), where \ac is less than the length producing U. IE A U " No. 3. u AE 1 " In this case...
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Language: Its Origin and Development

Thomas Hewitt Key - 1874 - عدد الصفحات: 547
...distance of any given vowel from its respective centre points a, c, &c., being always the same in all. " When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels become impossible. For instance, let the wavo of the reed = ac, where J ac is less than the length producing и — l EA 0 0 A _E I 9 a Ь~~...
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The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone

Sir Charles Wheatstone - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 380
...is added to or subtracted from a length equal to any simple multiple of the original wave (2na + v). "When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels become impossible. For instance, let half the wave of the reed (No. III.) be less than the length producing U. In this case it is found...
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The Scientific Papers of Sir Charles Wheatstone

Sir Charles Wheatstone - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 380
...is added to or subtracted from a length equal to any simple multiple of the original wave (2na + v). When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels become impossible. For instance, let half the wave of the reed (No. III.) be less than the length producing U. In this case it is found...
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Proceedings - Philological Society, London, المجلد 5

Philological Society (Great Britain) - 1854
...distance of any given vowel from its respective centre points a, c, &c. being always the same in all. " When the pitch of the reed is high, some of the vowels...3), where %ac is less than the length producing U. * "1 use these letters thioughout with the continental pronunciation." 193 IE A " No. 3. U u " In this...
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