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capable of being heard
  • "Fashion leaders are concentrated among young women of high gregariousness," Labov says, calling the linguistic changes he has studied "the audible equivalent of the visual effects of fashion."
    two — Changing Dialects: Dingbatters Versus Hoi-Toiders (70% in)
  • One of her poems, "Barely Audible," echoes imagery used by the legendary blues singer Billie Holiday in "Strange Fruit," about black lynchings.
    six — Bad-mouthing Black English (63% in)

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