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slur

Music
a. a performance or execution of a melodic interval of two or more notes in a part
b. the curved line (⌣ or ⌢) indicating this
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Philip Scholfield and Fern Britton were clearly puzzled by her behaviour and Philip asked: "You've got the body sorted but your speech is a bit slurred.
She then admitted her speech may be slurred but said it was because she was taking prescription drugs.
She then admitted her speech may be slurred, but said it was because she was taking prescription drugs.
Rowland-Jones finds that its preponderance of slurred bowings and many extra dynamic markings obscure "Haydn's highly articulated style" (edition, p.
All of these elements -- heavy percussion, slurred notes, and hypnotic repetitiveness -- figure heavily in many modem popular music idioms.
Someone with intermittently slurred speech, or with allergies for that matter, can maintain 2 voice profiles, and switch between them as necessary.
But there is a particular context in which they are very regularly encountered even if hardly used elsewhere - that is, when there are mixed figures of slurred and separate notes.
This is the South green grass stretched like lace along a Mississippi trail The men The women whose slurred speech whipped the back of my grandpapa's papa my grandmama's mama wave to me as if I am their own
As President Donald Trump ended his speech Wednesday about recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to the disputed city, many pointed out that he appeared to be struggling to deliver his final words and the speech got more and more slurred as he neared the end of his statement.
Her admission follows her bizarre appearance on ITV's This Morning last month when she slurred her words.