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high-pitched

1. pitched high in volume or tone
2. (of a roof) having steeply sloping sides
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People took to the streets in Arampora area of Sopore to protest against the killings and demonstrators raised high-pitched anti-India and pro-freedom slogans.
He added: "I had to take my seven-year-old daughter to hospital because she was screaming in pain because the alarm makes such a high-pitched noise.
"Everybody screams and everybody has an intuition about what constitutes screams--that they are loud and high-pitched, but neither turns out to be quite correct," says senior author David Poeppel, professor in the Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science.
Older studies on speaking to your dog found that talking in a high-pitched voice with exaggerated emotion, as adults do with babies, improved engagement with puppies but made little difference with adult dogs.
They raised high-pitched pro-freedom and anti-India slogans,reported.
She explained: 'Mine is really high-pitched. During practice, the production team would tell me, 'Kim, ibaba mo (keep it down).' Whenever I feel excited, the pitch changes, and it hurts the ears.
Meanwhile, Craig Sibbald plans to wind up old pal Blair Alston about his high-pitched voice when the old team-mates clash this afternoon.
Dog calls that were long and high-pitched were seen by humans to reveal fear while long low-pitched calls were viewed as aggressive.
Researchers in Scotland played high-pitched tones for greater wax moths (one shown) and used a laser to measure nanometer-sized vibrations of the moths' tympanal membranes, structures similar to human eardrums.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A new study showed that deep male voices and high-pitched female voices are perceived as more attractive because listeners gauge the speaker's body size from the frequency of their voice.
They are boxes which emit a high-pitched ringing sound that irritates the eardrums of the young but can't be heard by the over-20s.
A documentary has claimed that Michael Jackson simulated his high-pitched voice and actually sounded more like Barry White.

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