vociferation


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offensively loud and insistent utterances, especially of disapproval

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If, as Warner says, vociferations are "close to the springs of language", they are related to the "closed-class" and "syntacticon" of which Ann Banfield writes.
Car, s'il faut percevoir ce groupement humain comme une societe distincte, developpant des references et des strategies particulieres au sein d'un rapport lui-meme particulier au social, cette societe n'existe que par defaut, composee d'instables et ponctuels agregats d'individus plus ou moins isoles dans le silence ou la vociferation de leurs delires ethyliques .
The sustained vociferation of the Shearmen and Taylors' Herod episode is rivaled in the Shakespeare canon only by the opening acts of The Taming of the Shrew.
If you think the sound barrier is broken only by a man hitting his thumb with a hammer, then you've never heard the vociferation of a ten-year-old busting through the front door to vociferate to the family and to every other family within a three-block radius: "I'm in the play
In the badminton Hand category Khyebr Pakhtunkhwa's Zia Ullah beat Junaid of Punjab by 2-0 and grabbed the stunning gold medal in a final witnessed by capacity crowd present on this occasion with their vociferations crowd.
En famille ou entre amis, les citoyens ont pu souffler quelque peu et echapper aux bruits des klaxons, le grincement des freins et les vociferations des automobilistes.
Vociferations, denunciations, and complaints mingled on every side; and the meeting broke up after having most successfully established a panic through the diggings" (October 13).
Walid Al-Hashim music is, as always, inspirational and heightens the memorable lines and vociferations that are uttered.
His narrator intervenes in the treacherous sphere of the psychopolitical when black bodies are most vulnerable; in the section preceding Grant's unconscious account, Douglass negotiates problematic black embodiment by refusing representation: "We pass over the hurry and bustle, the brutal vociferations of the slavedrivers in getting their unhappy gang in motion for Richmond; and we need not narrate every application of the lash to those who faltered in the journey" (p.
The fourth language, for all females, young or old, cloistered or half-emancipated, remains that of the body: the body which male neighbours' and cousins' eyes require to be deaf and blind, since they cannot completely incarcerate it; the body which, in trances, dances or vociferations, in fits of hope or despair, rebels, and unable to read or write, seeks some unknown shore as destination for its message of love.
beaucoup moins que]La voix hurlante contre l'Algerie, l'agressivite gratuite d'une certaine presse marocaine, les vociferations du Makhzen doivent raisonnablement se taire.