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conveyed indirectly without words or speech

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to wake up with our unstilled thirst upon us, with our unuttered curses rising to our lips, with our muscles ready to act out their half-committed sins?
They can get meaning of some unuttered messages through the tone of voice, and observing facial expressions, postures and movements of extremities.
These unuttered sentiments haunt Coverdale, who longs, as he does at various points in the novel, to provoke responses unmediated by self-restraint.
So also are the creeds, the dogmas, the songs, the prayers, the rituals, the vestments, the stained glass windows, the sermons, and the unuttered hopes of church and synagogue that have emerged consistently over the centuries, even when repressed.
Although Nealon seems to be avoiding the term utopia, it seems evident that there is an unuttered utopian element in this strong, productive power of the false: it is an attempt to think a different truth, to represent the unimaginable that lies, as Jameson puts it, "beyond the horizon of our globalized system" ("The Aesthetics" 121).
The poet whose dramatic monologues taught nineteenth-century readers that character and tone were found as much between the lines as in them might well have been drawn to dramatic speeches that tell everything and yet remain, to their intended auditor, almost as if unuttered.
As well as the unuttered conclusion: digital technologies have jeopardised art globally and therefore the issue requires more cohesiveness between nations.
The unuttered truth of the matter is that the poor are necessary for the sustainability of the religio-cultural institutions belonging to any religion.
And dipping his bread in the soup, Matthias ate, leaving the last word unuttered.
In a similar anticipatory vein, she noted the following in an entry for 14 September 1940, when the war was already raging in England, with bombs everywhere (she mentions here the bombing of Buckingham Palace) and invasion waiting around the corner with its unuttered horrors--hence, probably, the thought on violence:
The former centres on the mother's legacy--her jokes, advice and stories--which the daughter treasures and which are meant to compensate for the years of unuttered past misunderstandings and for the pervasive sense of loss at the present time; words function as bridges to the past, both as tools for reconciliation and as weapons to fight and separate:
When he takes his own turn to contemplate punishing Kriska with language, the image is equally as powerful as Kriska's unuttered word: "Mas antes de partir faria um pronunciamento em lingua portuguesa, num portugues brasileiro e muito chulo, com palavras oxitonas terminadas em--So, e com nomes de arvores indigenas e pratos africanos que a apavorassem, urna linguagem que reduzisse seu hungaro a zero" (67).
Truth and falsity are not only centrally involved with our discourse, both what is uttered and what remains unuttered, but also intimately involved with human conduct, and thereby also with the situations in which our conduct is exercised, and the things with which we interact.
THEY SAY LOVE CONQUERS ALL--BUT WHAT IF THE OBSTACLES ARE UNUTTERED FEARS, UNSPOKEN RESENTMENTS, A LACK OF INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND A FAILURE TO ACCEPT THE INEVITABLE?
Even cracking the top 10 was an unuttered personal goal.