BPS Chapter 18
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the relative loudness of a speaker’s voice while giving a speech
a microphone that attaches to a lapel or a collar
the range of sounds from high to low (or vice versa) determined by the number of vibrations per unit of time; the more vibrations per unit, the higher the pitch, and vice versa
the pace at which a speech is delivered. the typical public speech occurs at a rate slightly less than 120 words per minute
a distinctive way of speaking associated with a particular region or social group
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