2 edition of Speech and hearing. found in the catalog.
Speech and hearing.
Honora Beirne Foster
|LC Classifications||LB3454 .F6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36, 8 p.|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||52042812|
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This copy: pgs + x (10) pgs of prefactory matter. 20 chapters: 1, The Speech Sounds of English; 2, The Speaking Mechanism; 3, Characteristics of Speech Waves; 4, Acoustical Speech Power; 5. Get this from a library. Speech and hearing. [Harvey Fletcher] -- "To view the biblical passage of your choice, enter its book, chapter, and verse reference (e.g., Micah ) into the fetch field Then hit the retrieve button.
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