voder


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voder

[′vō·dər]
(electronics)
An electronic system that uses electron tubes and filters, controlled through a keyboard, to produce voice sounds artificially. Derived from voice operation demonstrator.
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Karen Voder, 35, is searching for her natural mother in the hope she has vital medical information that could save her life.
The first of his works to achieve international acclaim a decade ago was indeed rustic: the little chapel at Sogn Benedetg, a tiny hamlet frighteningly high on the almost vertical meadows of the valley of the Voder Rhein (AR January 1991).
High in the valley of a tributary of the Voder Rhein, the village has the only hot springs in Graubunden and has until recently had a very modest reputation as a charming but remote ski-resort and spa.