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comment

rumour

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text

have words

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in a word

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the last word: final say

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the last word: summation

word for word: verbatim

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a sound or combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning

something said

something communicated, as information

a declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing

new information, especially about recent events and happenings

idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others

to convey in language or words of a particular form

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a unit of language that native speakers can identify

a brief statement

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information about recent and important events

a verbal command for action

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a promise

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a word is a string of bits stored in computer memory

the divine word of God

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a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

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Just someone sort of taking words out of my mouth and putting them in the paper," said Nacewa, who has only played for Fiji once - at the last World Cup.
Taking words directly from those involved with the planning of the hospital, the design team decided that the new building and entry should be celebrated as the "gateway to healing" for the state of Arkansas.
He also accused me of "peddling misinformation" and taking words and phrases out of context.
When I first started out, I had a huge interest in John Cooper Clarke and loved the idea of taking words on to the stage.
When some parts of the media seems to rely on hyperbole to catch our attention, we can be forgiven for taking words such as "crisis", "catastrophe" or "threat" with a pinch of salt.
This is because the question actually begs the question, presuming what it seeks to prove by taking words like "know" and "truth" to imply absolutes.
First, what I mean by inclusive language is taking words in English that refer exclusively to males and broadening them where the text is indeed meant to be broadened.