He discusses the problems of "monitoring the supply chain," declaims
on McDonald's "holistic approach," and often refers to his area of expertise as "waste management" It's easy to imagine how this kind of talk would make "speaking the same language" a near-literal as well as figurative problem in pow-wows with greens.
I AM NOT Annie Sullivan,'' declaims
Rachel, the cognitive scientist trying to keep a borderline savage from the gallows.
I picked Portia because I was a Shakespeare fan [Portia is the character in The Merchant of Venice who famously declaims
, "The quality of mercy is not strain'd / It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven.
Curiously, while Clarke loudly declaims
against the Bush administration's lies and coverups, he displays no similar zeal for the truth about the Clinton administration's OKC deceptions.
For The Match, Hay worked daily for a month with four arresting performers, inventing a brilliantly eccentric dance for each: Wally Cardona's release sensibility is powered by Juilliard-trained technique; Mark Lorimer declaims
like all eager poet with a mouthful of pebbles; Chrysa Parkinson twitches long, spidery limbs; and Ros Warby is a crunchy-granola seductress.
A peace dove perched on his shoulder and a halo suspended over him, Uncle Sam declaims
from a book on ethics.
The message of Mexican Oscar Urrutia Lazo's debut -- that modern life is beginning to separate us irredeemably from our cultural roots -- is always worth repeating, but "Terminal Rite" declaims
it in an over-earnest and convoluted way.
Composed in response to the death of Stalin in 1953, it declaims
Shostakovich's relief on being liberated from the political persecution executed by his autocratic oppressor.
When that fat cat sitting next to you on the plane declaims
against big government, ask him if he doesn't really want the government to make sure that this plane you're in is safe and that the pilots who are flying it and the air traffic controllers who are guiding them know what they're doing.
Regarding his view of the proper role of government in a democratic society, this advocate of self-reliance states in his first significant antislavery address, "Emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies" (1844), that "government exists to defend the weak and the poor and the injured party," and he declaims
specifically against the Senators and Representatives from Massachusetts who "sit dumb at their desks and see their constituents captured and sold.
Rukeyser, an elder of the bull cult, declaims
against the bears, whose concerns about an imminent crash that would especially hurt the small investor are "erroneous" and "look sillier week by week.