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a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number

the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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Wycliffe staff are on the forefront of applied linguistics adapting modern voice analysis software to the assessment of complex languages.
The charity says many people in Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield find pensions confusing and can be put off by complex language and paperwork, leaving their retirement plans to the last minute.
Traditionally, contracts are written in complex language and include lots of repetition.
The film's key points are relayed to the audience by a narrator, removing from the film's first-time actors the need to convey Shakespeare's often subtle and complex language.
Vogler's ideas are not couched in complex language, and the book is better for it.
Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, said: "If the industry took the simple step of getting rid of complex language, it would help people get on the right track for a financially secure retirement.
And two North East MPs also make the table of those who use the most complex language.
His topics include the complex language of a cosmopolitan people, the peak of Swahili prosperity 1000-1500 CE, the consolidation of a popular language 1500-1850s, writing Swahili in Arabic characters, colonization and standardization of Swahili 1850s to the 1960s and beyond, and Swahili in African American life.
The complex language and storyline may bemuse those not familiar with Shakespeare but the sheer visceral brutality of the battle scenes should appeal to all action movie fans.
What will continue to inform this progress is further research and documentation of changing practices, collection and analysis of language use data, and consideration of possible directions and determination for an ongoing commitment to realising the immense and complex language potential of Australia.
Due to mild violence and some complex language, this novel will most likely suit upper primary students.
That made it much easier to then explain to the jury that Samsung phones did not do what the patents claimed, rather than asking the jury, in the limited amount of time available, to read and understand the complex language of the patent," he explained.
Although there should be free evaluation and treatment services at the school, the speech pathologist may not be expert at assessing more complex language disorders.
It's a trickier task, in part because complex language is unique to humans and the technology can't easily be tested in animals.
These flaws, as well as the overly complex language used to explain fairly simple concepts about identity and geography, may limit the readership of this book.
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