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Medical bills have since wiped out his savings, and the tumor has reduced his voice to a whisper.
His voice is low, hardly a whisper over the sound of the traffic roaring outside his gate.
And, for nearly a decade, he couldn't speak above a hoarse whisper.
From the softest whisper to the loudest roar, our ears pick up sound.
His colleagues whisper that his planet doesn't go all the way around his star.
Today dawned gray-on-gray, silver fog touching the sea's silvered surface, with not a whisper of wind.
Rock these where it doesn't matter if the external din is muffled to a whisper.
It is jinn, they say, who whisper into the ears of suicide-bombers.
Once, his ill-fated barber managed to swim away and whisper something to the reeds before dying.
It's relatively small and discrete, and even though it sports a tiny fan it's whisper quiet.
Because the characters become so frantic and keep knocking over furniture, hotel workers whisper that the gringos are loco.
Contractors whisper that it is having trouble spending even its reduced investment budget.
Whisper it, but the bad science journalist may be a dying breed.
There were no markings on the engine, not even faint ones, that could whisper its original make or model.
It seems to be the way of markets that if someone with a megaphone shouts, thousands of others start to whisper.
Those who stay at home whisper prayers for their ancestors, while in the parks, there are celebratory firework displays.
It has been years since anyone dared whisper the word cure at all.
He usually has to settle for the whisper of hydrogen and ammonia molecules, picked up by radio towers scattered across the world.
In general, a story is read in the way that one listens to a friend whisper.
To the end, in a rough and ever-fainter whisper, he condemned it.
But it is one thing to know that others whisper behind your back and call you names in private.
Neither would hear even a whisper of the others' music.
It then began to register all over the place, from a gruff and husky whisper to a papery, plaintive bleat.
Others whisper invitations to call later-but on this number, not that one, and not before this hour or after that one.
They whisper about regime change and seethe with political indignation.
There is no splash of surf, no whisper of wind, no hum of insect or avian life.
His acting is understated, frequently reverting to little more than a stage whisper for the intimacy of the television cameras.
To qualify, the driver must meet the hearing requirement of either the forced whisper test or the audiometric test in one ear.
Voices in and out of government whisper that our standing as the world's leader of democracy and economic growth is ending.

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