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Meanings and phrases
- the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience; address
- (language) communication by word of mouth; speech communication; spoken communication; spoken language; language; voice communication; oral communication
- something spoken
- a lengthy rebuke; lecture; talking to
- your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally; manner of speaking; delivery
- the exchange of spoken words
- words making up the dialogue of a play; actor's line; words
- the mental faculty or power of vocal communication; language
- (linguistics) a distinctive characteristic of a linguistic unit that serves to distinguish it from other units of the same kind; feature
- a civil right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution
- It's thought control and freedom of speech control.
- They believe in education and freedom of speech.
- freedom of speech, or freedom of association.
- a speech setting forth the keynote; keynote address
- The video of his keynote speech is archived on Channel 9.
- Gabe Zichermann, a gamification expert, gave the keynote speech.
- On March 8, 2007, Miyamoto delivered the GDC 2007 keynote speech.
- an address (usually at a political convention) proposing the name of a candidate to run for election; nominating address; nomination
- speech that differs from the usual accepted, easily recognizable speech of native adult members of a speech community
- one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context; form class; word class
- The BNC corpus has been tagged for grammatical information (part of speech).
- Each root word has an inherent part of speech: nominal, adjectival, verbal, or adverbial.
- They are sometimes classified as a part of speech in their own right: sentence words or word sentences.
- conversational speech used to communicate sociability more than information; phatic communication
- a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it; stop consonant; stop; occlusive; plosive consonant; plosive
- overheard conversation (especially overheard cellphone conversation)
- the use of language to perform some act
- (language) communication by word of mouth; speech; spoken communication; spoken language; language; voice communication; oral communication
- people sharing a given language or dialect
- an annual day in the schools when speeches are made and prizes are distributed
- a disorder of oral speech; speech disorder; defect of speech
- a disorder of oral speech; speech defect; defect of speech
- the intelligibility of speech (usually measured in the presence of noise or distortion)
- any of the organs involved in speech production; vocal organ; organ of speech
- distinctive manner of oral expression; accent
- the auditory perception (and comprehension) of speech
- the utterance of intelligible speech; speaking
- Spatial planning and movement, speech production, and complex motor movements are all aspects of action.
- His research relates to relationships among speech perception, speech production, and vocabulary growth in children.
- Chistovich pioneered experimental methods for understanding the relationship between speech production and speech perception.
- the arrangement of spoken words alternating stressed and unstressed elements; rhythm
- (phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language; phone; sound
- the average sound spectrum for the human voice
- a therapist who treats speech defects and disorders
- any therapy intended to correct a disorder of speech
- In 2011, he did vocal training and speech therapy.
- Prior to her career, Smith taught speech therapy to kindergartens.
- There is a speech therapy department which assists autistic children.
- political oratory
- a phonetic alphabet invented by Melville Bell in the 19th century
- spectrogram of speech; speech displayed spectrographically
- Freenet's focus lies on free speech and anonymity.
- And you need free speech to fight for equality."
- Sorry, provocative speech is not an abuse of free speech.
- In 2010, gave a speech at the Global Marijuana March.
- Ilham Aliyev attended the reception and gave a speech.
- In December he attended Nekrasov's funeral and gave a speech.
- Valvano's ESPY acceptance speech became legendary.
- She dedicated her award to Glatzer in her acceptance speech.
- She then called Swift from backstage to complete her acceptance speech.
- Was it an act of, kind of, hate speech in a sense?
- Dealing with intolerance and hate speech online is an emerging issue.
- Facebook's hate speech policies are enforced by 7,500 content reviewers.
- At Google, Microsoft and Baidu this approach has revolutionized speech recognition.
- Applications include speech recognition, facial recognition, and object recognition.
- It also includes a predictive text system, handwriting and speech recognition support.
- Colonel Birger Eriksen was present on the occasion and made a speech.
- On 19 August 2012, Assange made a speech from a low balcony of the embassy.
- His son made a speech about Wilkins' struggles with depression and alcoholism.
- He delivered a speech to a large gathering of protesters.
- He was elected unanimously and delivered a speech on 22 March.
- She delivered a speech during the Opening Ceremony of the conference.
- He made his maiden speech on 6 May 1992.
- On 13 August 1974 he delivered his maiden speech to the Senate.
- Disraeli made his maiden speech in Parliament on 7 December 1837.
- The name was borrowed from a Victory Loans speech given by Billy Bishop.
- "The Origin of Love" is taken from the speech given by the playwright Aristophanes.
- The work is based on a speech given at DEF CON 13 by Ian Clarke and Swedish mathematician Oskar Sandberg.
- A full stop is replaced by a comma in direct speech before the accompanying sentence.
- In a speech before the Bulgarian National Assembly in 1917, Blagoev called himself "Macedonian Slav".
- During the 2010 service a rendition of Catherine of Aragon's speech before the Legatine court was read by Jane Lapotaire.
- Lord Kenyon CJ gave the first speech.
- He also notes that according to Genesis, the first speech act is due to Eve, addressing the serpent, and not to Adam.
- He made his first speech on 26 July 1880 during the third reading of the Compensation for Disturbances (Ireland) bill.
- Rahman announced a struggle for independence from Pakistan during a speech on 7 March 1971.
- Stephen Decatur Miller may have originated the concept during a speech at Stateburg, South Carolina in September 1830.
- He launched his campaign during a speech given at a Fabian Society conference and was nominated by 62 fellow Labour MPs.
- The next day, Yogaswami attended Vivekananda's public speech.
- The hospital was also the site of Aung San Suu Kyi's first public speech, on 24 August 1988.
- I personally regret this vile murder," Santos said at the start of a public speech in Bogotá.
- She is the child speech and language development consultant for the Bing TV series.
- The language must be taught as a part of the education and speech and language pathology curricula.
- Efforts to develop motor skills include physical therapy, speech and language therapy, and occupational therapy.
- At the end, Willie is giving a speech to a crowd.
- Senator Frank Carlson giving a speech.
- The reception was held on 9 June 2018, about 450 guests attended with Hakuhō giving a speech.
- It was a speech delivered by president Mauricio Macri at the National Congress of Argentina.
- In a speech delivered on 15 November 1867, Douglass said "A man's rights rest in three boxes.
- In a speech delivered on November 15, 1867, Douglass said: "A man's rights rest in three boxes.
- Most was in Cincinnati, Ohio to give a speech when he fell ill.
- Just before Psy appeared on-stage, it was the Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak's turn to give a speech.
- The following year, he was invited to give a speech at Gaucho Gym and the crowd's response inspired him to return.
- The particular speech patterns used by an individual are termed an idiolect.
- Emotional speech processing recognizes the user's emotional state by analyzing speech patterns.
- Gosden and Correll were white, but played the black lead characters using racially stereotypical speech patterns.
- Noun (disambiguation) Noun is one of the parts of speech.
- It has long been known that there are different parts of speech.
- Other parts of speech occur as bare roots, without special suffixes.
- ", "What is the ultimate source of human speech?
- Most, however, are capable of intelligence and human speech.
- Leachim could synthesize human speech using Diphone synthesis.
- She delivered a speech during the Opening Ceremony of the conference.
- Barack Obama in a speech during a 2009 visit to Ghana said "An independent press.
- Switalski said he hopes it will be possible to minimize hate speech during the election campaign.
- Frasier Crane helps Woody Boyd write Woody's political speech.
- He delivered his first political speech at the age of 17, in 1993, while a senior in high school.
- The episode begins with Frasier writing a political speech for Woody, who has trouble doing it himself.
- The new ideology expressed in the speech made Galerius and Maximian irrelevant to Constantine's right to rule.
- Pro Caecina The Pro Caecina is a public speech made by Marcus Tullius Cicero on behalf of his friend Aulus Caecina sometime between 71 BC and 69 BC.
- Be ye men of valour Be Ye Men of Valour was a wartime speech made in a BBC broadcast on 19 May 1940 by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Winston Churchill.
- Also, they may be read aloud using speech synthesis.
- Unable to speak, she is forced to use a speech synthesis program.
- Audio synthesis is also used to generate human speech using speech synthesis.
- Erbakan's image was damaged by his famous speech making fun of the nightly demonstrations against the Susurluk scandal.
- The Park celebrates the famous speech, and text from the speech is inscribed on a granite wall in the final design of the Park.
- In 1958, Nasution made a famous speech that would become the basis for the "Dwifungsi" Doctrine which the Suharto regime would adopt.
- The Minister of Industry, Germán Gamazo, gave an opening speech.
- The opening speech was given by noted art historian Klaus Honnef.
- Perales was honored at the 2012 Fiestas del Pilar and gave the festival's opening speech.
- At that time “Voice and Diction” focused entirely on the mouth and nasal cavity to produce speech sounds.
- This suggests a strong role played by subvocalization in the encoding of speech sounds into short-term memory.
- These terms use speech sounds that are among the easiest to produce: bilabials like , , and , and the open vowel .
- Moen was deaf and had a severe speech impediment.
- She had a speech impediment when she was young.
- His speech impediment has been often confused with an affected German accent.
- Rosa Luxemburg also delivered a speech against Bernstein's revisionism.
- In 1874, Ferry gave a speech against the future Civil Rights Act of 1875.
- González gave a viral speech against gun violence, proclaiming "We call B.S."
- What a victory speech.
- During his post victory speech, Lawlor had dedicated his fight to his late sister; Katie.
- In his victory speech, Low declared his win as a "political landmark in modern Singapore".
- In his inaugural speech, he acknowledged the "multiversity" concept of Gonzalez who established the system.
- The Patriarch wished the President good health and strength to fulfil all the promises made in his inaugural speech.
- Bala promised in his inaugural speech that his administration will take decisions that are in the best interest of the University.
- All students had to give a short speech in front of their class.
- Nico de Jong gave a short speech following the death of Louis Bouwmeester.
- At 9 am on the morning of 21 May, Suharto made a short speech of resignation.
- On May 16, 2004, Venter gave the commencement speech at Boston University.
- President Obama delivered the commencement speech for the Spring 2009 Commencement Ceremony.
- She delivered the commencement speech to the graduating class of 2017 as part of the award ceremony.
- In everyday speech, mistakes are often made.
- The term "alloy" is sometimes used in everyday speech as a synonym for a particular alloy.
- The only subjunctive form widely used in everyday speech is , the past subjunctive of ("to be").
- The ACLU had previously defended the free speech rights of the KKK and Nazis.
- In 1993, the European Union condemned Austria for forbidding commercial radio stations and thus violating free speech rights.
- For example, they can hold title to property, sue and be sued and are subject to taxation, although their free speech rights are limited.