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The language “ all deliberate speed ” was seen by critics as too ambiguous to ensure reasonable haste for compliance with the court's instruction.
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Today, it is estimated that fewer than 100 speakers of the language remain, while other research places the number at fewer than 15 speakers – the language has been regarded as “ endangered ”.
During its 19-year run, Gwalarn tried to raise the language to the level of other great “ international ” languages by creating original works covering all genres and by proposing Breton translations of internationally-recognized foreign works.
The French State refuses to change the second article of the Constitution ( added in 1994 ), which states that “ the language of the Republic is French ”.
Unlike similar constructed languages like aUI, Blissymbolics was conceived as a purely visual, speech-less language, on the premise that “ interlinguistic communication is mainly carried on by reading and writing ”.
Nevertheless, Bliss suggested that a set of international words could be adopted, so that “ a kind of spoken language could be established – as a travelling aid only ”.
Charles Weingartner, one of the founding members of the NCTE committee on Public Doublespeak mentioned: “ people do not know enough about the subject ( the reality ) to recognize that the language being used conceals, distorts, misleads ”.
According to William Lutz: “ Only by teaching respect and love for the language can teachers of English instill in students the sense of outrage they should experience when they encounter doublespeak.
" " Students must first learn to use the language effectively, to understand its beauty and power .” “ Only by using language well will we come to appreciate the perversion inherent in doublespeak .”
According to historians at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, “ The Nazis frequently used euphemistic language to disguise the true nature of their crimes.
For example, if I say “ Star Wars is a shitty movie ,” and my friend says, “ Star Wars is not a shitty movie !” We have no shared reality, for in our language, truth lies in only one of our statements and we can forever argue these truths until one of us writes a book and has more authority than the other.
English scholar Russell Martineau, who had studied under Bopp, gave the following tribute: “ Bopp must, more or less, directly or indirectly, be the teacher of all who at the present day study, not this language or that language, but language itself — study it either as a universal function of man, subjected, like his other mental or physical functions, to law and order, or else as an historical development, worked out by a never ceasing course of education from one form into another .”
For the majority of Christians, the Holy Spirit ( prior English language usage: the Holy Ghost from Old English gast, “ spirit ”) is the third person of the Holy Trinity — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and is Almighty God.
What makes this mystery somewhat ironic is that the name " Imhotep " in Ancient Egyptian language translates to “ He who came in peace ,” underlining the way he came into the world, made his impact, and left it in peace taking all his genius work with him.
* 1910 – The United States Congress passes the Mann Act, which prohibits interstate transport of females for “ immoral purposes ”; the ambiguous language would be used to selectively prosecute people for years to come.
In the hands of Kenny Burrell, Herb Ellis, Barney Kessel, Jimmy Raney, and Tal Farlow, who had absorbed the language of bebop, the guitar began to be seen as a “ serious ” jazz instrument.
Ribbentrop denied correctly that Germany was going to invade Romania, but since his denials were issued in almost identical language to the denials that he had issued in early March, when he denied that anything was being planned against the Czechs, this increased rather than diminished the “ Romanian war scare ” of March 1939.
The corresponding Modern English verb to ken survives only in highly remote English dialects, and also in the language Scots in the form ( slight differences between dialects ) of tae ken, other than the derivative existing in the standard language in the set expression beyond one ’ s ken, “ beyond the scope of one ’ s knowledge ” and in the phonologically altered form uncanny, “ surreal ” or “ supernatural ”.
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How literature does this, or for whom, is certainly not clear, but the content, form, and language of the `` message '', as well as the source, would all play differentiated parts in giving and molding a sense of purpose.
I can only hope that the continuing exchange of groups and individuals between our countries will not wear out all language pertinent to the occasion.
`` Neutral Tones '' we immediately recognize as a fine poem in Hardy's most characteristic style: the plain but not quite colloquial language, the hard, particular, colorless images, the slightly odd stanza-form, the dramatic handling of the occasion, the refusal to resolve the issue -- all these we have seen in Hardy's best poems.
For punched-card or tape storage of information all literature values must be conformed to a common language.
A `` mental image '' subconsciously impressing us from beneath its language symbols in wakeful thought, or consciously in light sleep, is actually not an image at all but is comprised of realities, viewed not in the concurrent sensory stream, but within the depths of the fourth dimension.
The language used itself often makes very clear that this is only another form of struggle for victory ( perhaps to be chosen above all others ).
The apostle Paul said the same thing in the language and faith of the New Testament: `` He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him freely give us all things??
Greek Christian scribes played a crucial role in the preservation of Aristotle by copying all the extant Greek language manuscripts of the corpus.
The most widely spoken Afroasiatic language is Arabic ( including all its colloquial varieties ), with 230 million native speakers, spoken mostly in the Middle East and North Africa.
However, with an international language with wide variations in its dialects, such as English, it would be impossible to represent the language in all its variations with a single phonetic alphabet.
The proof of the independence result also shows that a wide class of mathematical statements, including all statements that can be phrased in the language of Peano arithmetic, are provable in ZF if and only if they are provable in ZFC.
The psyche, culture, fanaticism of an author can be disregarded when interpreting a text, because the words are rich enough themselves with all of the traditions of language.
Antisemitism refers specifically to prejudice against Jews alone and in general, despite the fact that there are other speakers of Semitic languages ( e. g. Arabs, Ethiopians, or Assyrians ) and that not all Jews speak a Semitic language.
Many of the Ainu dialects, even from one end of Hokkaido to the other, were not mutually intelligible ; however, the classic Ainu language of the Yukar, or Ainu epic stories, was understood by all.
Dionysius of Halicarnassus exhorts us to " Observe in Alcaeus the sublimity, brevity and sweetness coupled with stern power, his splendid figures, and his clearness which was unimpaired by the dialect ; and above all mark his manner of expressing his sentiments on public affairs ," while Quintilian, after commending Alcaeus for his excellence " in that part of his works where he inveighs against tyrants and contributes to good morals ; in his language he is concise, exalted, careful and often like an orator ;" goes on to add: " but he descended into wantonnness and amours, though better fitted for higher things.
Within algebraic geometry itself, his theory of schemes has become the universally accepted language for all further technical work.
It also remained the spoken tongue of the indigenous Assyrian / Babylonian citizens of all Mesopotamia under Persian, Greek and Roman rule, and indeed well into the Arab period it was still the language of the majority, particularly in the north of Mesopotamia, surviving to this day among the Assyrian Christians.
It has the widest geographical and racial distribution of all the official languages of South Africa, and is widely spoken and understood as a second or third language.
Donnelly attempted to establish that all known ancient civilizations were descended from Atlantis, which he saw as a technologically sophisticated culture, saying that Atlanteans invented gunpowder and the compass thousands of years before the rest of the world invented written language.
It is variously interpreted as either the language used by God to address Adam ( the divine language ), or the language invented by Adam with which he named all things ( including Eve ), as in.
Dee's journals did not describe the language as " Enochian ", instead preferring " Angelical ", the " Celestial Speech ", the " Language of Angels ", the " First Language of God-Christ ", the " Holy Language ", or " Adamical " because, according to Dee's Angels, it was used by Adam in Paradise to name all things.
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He highlighted the deliberate public misuses of language and provided strategies for countering doublespeak by focusing on educating people in the English language so as to help them identify when doublespeak is being put into play.
The reference to Latin is a deliberate misnomer, as it is simply a form of jargon, used only for its English connotations as a " strange and foreign-sounding language.
Some informed consent laws have been criticized for allegedly using " loaded language in an apparently deliberate attempt to ' personify ' the fetus ," but those critics acknowledge that abortion information provided pursuant to informed consent laws " most of the information in the materials about abortion comports with recent scientific findings and the principles of informed consent, some content is either misleading or altogether incorrect.
Fulco sometimes incorporated deliberate errors in pronunciations and word endings when the characters were speaking a language unfamiliar to them, and some of the crude language used by the Roman soldiers was not translated in the subtitles.
Orwell noted the deliberate use of misleading language to hide unpleasant political and military facts and also identified a laxity of language among those he identified as pro-soviet.
The language of the novel is notable for its deliberate lack of conjunctives to reflect a Birmingham accent.
Its language is plain, but " every sentence feels weighted and deliberate, every episode carefully chosen and delineated ... One has the sense of merciless experience mercilessly distilled to its essence ..." She writes that the power of the narrative has come at the cost of literal truth.
In February 2008 he released a statement to mark International Mother Language Day saying " The Chinese government are following a deliberate policy of extinguishing all that is Tibetan, including their own language in their own country.
They first came to prominence with Hunstanton School which used some of the language of high modernist Ludwig Mies van der Rohe but in a stripped back way, with rough finishes and deliberate lack of refinement.
Like in the original exercise, she does not explicitly tell participants to mock others but uses choice of language and tone, removal of basic rights ( such as being allowed to speak without permission ) and a constant changing of the rules to discomfort the blue-eyed participants-a deliberate reversal of what happens in society at large.
The conspicuous absence of such linguistic gamesmanship from the Treaty of Nerchinsk, together with the equally conspicuous absence of Chinese language or personnel, suggests that the Kangxi emperor was using the Manchurian ( and Latin ) language as a deliberate end-run around his more conservative Han bureaucracy.
" Quick witted, her rapid and varied flow of language contrasted with Angus L .' s deliberate, thoughtful manner of speaking, which some have described as a ' drawl '.
They argue that Macau's unique status as a 500-year-old bridge between Orient and the Occident justifies deliberate efforts to preserve the Macanese language, and its inclusion in UNESCO's Red Book of Endangered Languages.
Gallico's distancing of his writing from this " modern " point of view and his use of the language of legend and fairy-tale seems deliberate, the literary equivalent of what painter Thomas Kinkade does today in his painting.
Advocates argue that excessive foul language is the proof of a deliberate montage of the recordings using extrinsic audio samples.
Language planning is a deliberate effort to influence the function, structure, or acquisition of languages or language variety within a speech community.
# Language Reform – deliberate change in specific aspects of language, like orthography, spelling, or grammar, in order to facilitate use
He wrote that Lemkin considered genocide to encompass more than mass killings but also acts like " driv the original inhabitants off the land ... confin them in reserves, where policies of deliberate neglect may be used to reduce their numbers ... Tak indigenous children to absorb them within their own midst ... assimilation to detach the people from their culture, language and religion, and often their names.