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Synonyms for speech

the faculty, act, or product of speaking

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

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

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something spoken

the exchange of spoken words

words making up the dialogue of a play

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

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You use your computer every day, but know there's more capabilities that you can use to make for a much more efficient way of doing things," said Speach.
There is no greater difference betwixt a ciuill and a brutish vtterance then cleare distinction of voices; and the most laudable languages are alwaies most plaine and distinct, and the barbarous most confuse and indistinct: it is therefore requisit that leasure be taken in pronuntiation, such as may make our wordes plaine & most audible and agreable to the eare; also the breath asketh now and then to be releeued with some pause or stay more or lesse; besides that the very nature of speach (because it goeth by clauses of seuerall construction & sence) requireth some space betwixt them with intermission of sound, to th'end they may not huddle one vpon another so rudely & so fast that th'eare may not perceiue their difference (77).
Prof Smith, of Buckinghamshire New University in High Wycombe, says his students commonly misspell argument as arguement, twelfth as twelth, February as Febuary, ignore as ignor, occurred as occured, opportunity as opertunity, queue as que, speech as speach, and their as thier.
In a speach to the general council of the NAEA at Stratford upon Avon, he added: "We, as estate agents representing our clients - and members of the public selling privately - will as of June 1 face fines of pounds 200 possibly a day if a property is placed on the market without a totally unnecessary home information pack.
figures are] in a sorte abuses or rather trespasses in speach, because they passe the ordinary limits of common vtterance, and be occupied of purpose to deceiue the eare and also the minde, drawing it from plainnesse and simplicitie to a certaine doublenesse .
Defendant Speach was convicted of transporting hazardous waste to an unpermitted facility in violation of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) section 3008(d)(1).
In her speach, Gyori, who is Hungary's Minister of Foreign and EU Affairs, stated that given the present situation the process will most probably continue in September.
In his world Febuary, Ignor, Occured, Que, Speach, Thier, Truely and Twelth would be fine.
Soldiers of the Seventh Armoured brigade stationed in Kuwait form up to hear a speach from L Gen Jeff Conway, Commanding General 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Lady Nevill asked the Clerk, her "good frende and kinde neighbour," to "polish my rough hewen speach proceading from a minde that never knew how to dissemble.
But in his speech opening the 1604 Parliament, James seemed even more concerned with the dangers posed by Catholics: twice noting the "encrease [of] their number and strength in this Kingdome" and linking this to the imperial ambitions of the Pope, James ventured that the "continuall practise" of the most radical Catholics "is the assasinates and murthers of Kings, thinking it no sinne, but rather a matter of salvation, to doe all actions of rebellion and hostilitie against their naturall Soveraigne Lord" (A Speach, As It Was Delivered .
Then, in a textbook Paolo di Canio style speach, Negri attempted to win over the Rangers support.
However, it can often be prevented if people recognize and act upon the warning signs, which include sudden severe headaches, blurred vision, trouble speaking or understanding speach, dizziness and numbness.
PES political group leader Martin Schulz dissented with Barroso's speach, characterizing it as "a little liberal, a little conservative, and a little green," and saying it did not go forward to proposing any specific measures against unemployment.
It is the duetie of Iudges to punish those that seeke to depraue the proceedings of any the Kings Courts, and not to encourage them any way: And I must confesse I thought it an odious and inept speach, and it grieued me very much, that it should be said in Westminster Hall, that a Premunire lay against the Court of Chancery and Officers there: How can the King grant a Premunire against himselfe?