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vox n : the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations" [syn: voice, vocalization, vocalisation, phonation] [also: voces (pl)]

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  1. voice

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Vox is Latin for Voice, but may refer to:

Music

Arts and entertainment

  • Vox (comics), a comic-book character
  • VOX (TV channel), a private German television channel
  • Vox (The Edge Chronicles), a novel in Paul Stewart's Edge Chronicles series
  • Vox, a defunct British monthly music magazine
  • Vox, a 1992 novel by Nicholson Baker
  • Vox "Style has a Voice", a U.S. magazine about Long Island, NY
  • VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood, U.S. program advocating reproductive freedom
  • Vox (journal), a U.S. independent literary journal
  • VOX, a weekly newspaper for Loughborough Grammar School.
  • Vox in the Box, a critically acclaimed column written by SamVox for ClevelandSportsTorture.blogspot.com

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vox in German: Vox
vox in French: Vox
vox in Italian: VOX
vox in Dutch: Vox
vox in Japanese: VOX
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