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> Then it seems to be both, a meme and an instinctual response. Somebody with
> a minor pain, or maybe even just with the fear of pain, will say aua
"autsch" (=ouch) and just aah are quite common now too.
> ouch English itai, itai-o, ai-o and so on, But somebody who is
> tortured will just scream, whatever nationality.
screams differ too. there are different layers of pitches and different
dynamics in the voice.
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