enunciate


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to produce or make (speech sounds)

to declare by way of a systematic statement

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Dilou submitted the proposal that a 4 paragraph be added to enunciate the modalities of notification of the end of the exceptional conditions and resumption by the NCA of its legislative power, "if not, the article will formulate the Assembly's relinquishing its legislative prerogative," he said.
As policy, let's clearly enunciate priorities like so:
The last paragraph of the article said: "Speak slowly and clearly and try to annunciate." I thought, surely it should be enunciate.
In Background, shown at the Irish Museum of Modern Art this year, the male narrator's voice adds to the general dislocation, straining earnestly to convey some sort of meaning, while stuttering in his efforts to enunciate the very words being read.
Miller's background as a voice trainer lends to chapters which survey the finer points of public speaking, with chapters covering how to clarify speech, enunciate clearly, and project the voice.
In older versions of voice recognition software, users had to speak clearly and enunciate with a small amount of silence between the words.
That said, it would be helpful, in my opinion, for the Federal Open Market Committee to enunciate a numerical long-run inflation objective as long as it's understood that price stability is not the only goal of monetary policy.
I asked the girl behind the counter to please enunciate, very slowly, the name of the place we were in.
In studies ranging from Trecento Padua to late sixteenth-century Rome -- with major stops in Florence, Siena, and the northern Italian courts -- the authors enunciate a new approach to the study of female secular patrons.
Keynes [1971] was the first to enunciate the parity theory of the forward exchange based on the law of one price.
A joint meeting at Willamette University last week offered the perfect setting for the candidates - Democrats Jim Hill, Ted Kulongoski and Bev Stein, and Republicans Kevin Mannix, Jack Roberts and Ron Saxton - to enunciate their spending and program-cutting priorities and, in the process, to enlighten the voters on how they would tackle the problem.
As a result of these sensory adaptations, according to Kass, the students learned that it is important to speak clearly and enunciate rather than to shout at an elderly person.
Speak clearly and enunciate every word--particularly when specifying the phone number the message recipient should return the call to.
The article ends with a series of structural reforms that enunciate and seek to heighten these contradictions.
I adhere with religious submission of will and intellect to the teachings which either the Roman pontiff or the College of Bishops enunciate when they exercise the authentic magisterium, even if they proclaim those teachings in an act that is not definitive.