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Although comprehensibility of speech is often lost in noisy or highly reverberant situations, we manage to retrieve lost information by concocting lost sounds—filling in the blanks where intelligibility falters.
YOUR BRAIN IS LIKE BEETHOVEN - ISSUE 107: THE EDGEJONATHAN BERGEROCTOBER 27, 2021NAUTILUS
(From the above discussion about the intelligibility of numbers) let us now return to what we said in the beginning.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 3PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
His chief aim in writing was plainness and intelligibility, but his want of order and logical precision thwarted his purpose.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 6VARIOUS
Whether this be an invention or not, it well characterizes his easy intelligibility.
THE BROTHERS' WARJOHN CALVIN REED
To attain scholarly accuracy combined with practical intelligibility was, then, the task of the translator.
EARLY THEORIES OF TRANSLATIONFLORA ROSS AMOS
The instruction at school was out of date, inasmuch as, in every branch, it lacked intelligibility.
RECOLLECTIONS OF MY CHILDHOOD AND YOUTHGEORGE BRANDES
The all-luminous intelligibility of the universe is the all-sufficient proof of the intelligence of the cause that produced it.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
Intelligibility depends much upon getting the syllables exactly under or over the notes to which they are to be sung.
HOW TO WRITE MUSICCLEMENT A. HARRIS
Nature, and human nature took on an intelligibility which they never had had under the older philosophy.
EVOLUTION OF THE JAPANESE, SOCIAL AND PSYCHICSIDNEY L. GULICK
Immediate intelligibility seems to require greater perfection than intelligence.
FUNDAMENTAL PHILOSOPHY, VOL. I (OF 2)JAIME LUCIANO BALMES
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