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In human speech, '''pulmonic sounds''' are those sounds created by the [[lung]]s. Pulmonic sounds may be either [[Pulmonic egressive|egressive]] (created by exhaling) or [[Pulmonic ingressive|ingressive]] (created by inhaling).
 
In human speech, '''pulmonic sounds''' are those sounds created by the [[lung]]s. Pulmonic sounds may be either [[Pulmonic egressive|egressive]] (created by exhaling) or [[Pulmonic ingressive|ingressive]] (created by inhaling).
   
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In human speech, pulmonic sounds are those sounds created by the lungs. Pulmonic sounds may be either egressive (created by exhaling) or ingressive (created by inhaling).

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