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babble

[′bab·əl]
(communications)
Aggregate crosstalk from a large number of channels.
Unwanted disturbing sounds in a carrier or other multiple-channel system which result from the aggregate crosstalk or mutual interference from other channels.

babble

The aggregate cross talk from a large number of communications channels.
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This study shows babies are interested in speech-like sounds and that they increase their babbling when they can hear.
Babbling Vagabonds plays the Lawrence Batley Theatre with its enchanting story of The Brothers Grimm
From age 8 months to 1 year, babbling babies read the lips of both English and Spanish speakers, the researchers say.
This was rejected at the vurt and when the big vurt came, the Libs came oot as Humpty Dumpty in this sorry tale with a divide in their ranks, thus allowing Babbling Brooks and his henchman Kelly to win the pantomime competition.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Aliph, the established market leader in noise eliminating Bluetooth headsets, has added two new colors to its repertoire - Babbling Blue and Rambling Rose - available exclusively at Best Buy Mobile this fall.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Parents who try to understand their baby's babbling let their infants know they can communicate, which leads to children forming complex sounds and using language more quickly.
The fact that infant babbling itself plays a role in future language development shows how important the interchange between parent and child is," Ms Kuhl said.
Buried Moon is the latest show from Derbyshire-based company Babbling Vagabonds.
The happy babbling that entertains parents as their babies try to mimic speech turns out to have a parallel in the animal world.
It's the first example of babbling in mammals other than primates," says Behr.
I should imagine after years of football babbling, people like McColl will be wandering down the street talking to themselves.
If you say the letter combination ``agahblurbee'' out loud, it would sound like you're babbling.