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Every time a speech sound is produced for a given phoneme, it will be slightly different from other utterances, even for the same speaker.
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Every recorded request by Thomas for a delay in a flank movement or an advance was to gain time to take care of his horses.
Every man who dabbles in the market to make a little easy money on the side and suffers losses could at the time hardly face his wife who was wondering how her husband could be so dumb.
Every decision made by German or opposing forces required time to gather information, make a decision, disseminate orders to subordinates, and then implement this decision through action.
Every time you have a Prime Minister who wants to make all the decisions, it mainly leads to bad results.
Every time a diode switches from on to off or vice versa, the configuration of the linear network changes.
Every time the boy had an injury which caused him internal or external bleeding, the Tsarina called on Rasputin, and the Tsarevich subsequently got better.
Every convict detained in a TBS-clinic may get temporary leave, after serving a certain time or after some progress in treatment.
Every time a stopper stops the raider from going back to his starting point, that stoppers team gets 1 point.
Every time an MTA receives an email message, it adds a < tt > Received </ tt > trace header field to the top of the header of the message, thereby building a sequential record of MTAs handling the message.
Every time we repeat a measurement with a sensitive instrument, we obtain slightly different results.
Approaching Smith one day during spring training, Herzog said, " Every time you hit a fly ball, you owe me a buck.
Every time a customer finishes paying for their items ( or a person steps off the escalator, or the machine part is removed from the assembly line, etc.
Every time another object or customer enters the line to wait, they join the end of the line and represent the “ enqueue ” function.
Every and speech
# Moral law of karma: Every action ( by way of body, speech, and mind ) will have karmic results ( a. k. a. reaction ).
Bryan's words gave rise to later economic and political philosophies, including Huey Long's 1930s Share Our Wealth program, with its trigger phrase, " Every Man a King " inspired by Bryan's speech.
They draw three conclusions from Austin: ( 1 ) A performative utterance does not communicate information about an act second-hand — it is the act ; ( 2 ) Every aspect of language (" semantics, syntactics, or even phonematics ") functionally interacts with pragmatics ; ( 3 ) There is no distinction between language and speech.
" In an interesting meditation on what he viewed as the harm which would result if Christian ideals were abandoned in Belgium, he said: " Every time society has distanced itself from the Gospel, which preached humility, fraternity, and peace, the people have been unhappy, because the pagan civilization of ancient Rome, which they wanted to replace it with, is based only on pride and the abuse of force " ( Commemorative speech for the war dead of the Battle of the Yser, given by Dom Marie-Albert, Abbot of Orval Abbey, Belgium, in 1936 ).
Every Afghan shall have the right to express thoughts through speech, writing, illustrations as well as other means in accordance with provisions of this constitution.
In a 1947 speech to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ( NAACP ), which marked the first time a sitting President had ever addressed the group, Truman said " Every man should have the right to a decent home, the right to an education, the right to adequate medical care, the right to a worthwhile job, the right to an equal share in the making of public decisions through the ballot, and the right to a fair trial in a fair court.
This tongue-in-cheek " doctrine " is usually summarized as " Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business ," which Goldberg remembered Ledeen saying in an early 1990s speech.
: Every speech must be put together like a living creature, with a body of its own ; it must be neither without head nor without legs ; and it must have a middle and extremities that are fitting both to one another and to the whole work.
Dorfl speaks ' With The Beginning Of Every Word Being Capitalized ', as do all golems granted speech, and, like most golems, he is quite literal in his choice of words.
Every year, she gives a speech to cadets from throughout Civil Air Patrol at the National Honor Guard Academy and also to a gathered assembly of basic cadets and staff at the Civil Air Patrol's Tri-Wing Encampment, held by Maryland Wing.
* Chapel Talks: Every final year student must give a speech on a moral or spiritual topic before the entire student body, faculty and administrative staff during a daily chapel service.
Every year on 15 August, the day India achieved independence from the British, Prime Minister hoists the national flag at the Red Fort, followed by a nationally broadcast speech from its ramparts.
Later, Walter notices Hub lecturing the four toughs, using what Garth calls Hub's " What Every Boy Needs to Know About Being a Man " speech.
Hub responds with a piece of his " What Every Boy Needs to Know ..." speech, that the actual truth is not as important as the belief in ideals like good winning over evil, honor, and true love.
Every region where Angloromani is spoken is characterised by a distinct colloquial English style ; this often leads outsiders to believe that the speech of Romnichals is regional English.
“ Every Brazilian, even the light skinned fair haired one carries about him on his soul, when not on soul and body alike, the shadow or at least the birthmark of the aborigine or the negro, in our affections, our excessive mimicry, our Catholicism which so delights the senses, our music, our gait, our speech, our cradle songs, in everything that is a sincere expression of our lives, we almost all of us bear the mark of that influence .”