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“_invention_ -- of an apothecary ranging his boxes, than of the corresponding notion of _disposition_ -- of an orator making a speech, than of the term Eloquence -- or _a boy repeating verses_, than the term”
“Each of these temples “reflects the fusion of Buddhism and Hinduism,” writes SinhaRaja Tammita-Delgoda in Eloquence in Stone: The Lithic Saga of Sri Lanka (2008).”
“His Eloquence was a candidate running for President in 2000.”
“His Eloquence was the protection of the poor and wronged;”
“But many of this excellent Character are overlooked by the greater Number; who affect covering a weak Place in a Client's Title, diverting the Course of an Enquiry, or finding a skilful Refuge to palliate a Falsehood: Yet it is still called Eloquence in the latter, though thus unjustly employed; but Resolution in an Assassin is according to Reason quite as laudable, as Knowledge and Wisdom exercised in the Defence of an ill Cause.”
“Let it oe ever kept in view, that the foundation of all that jCan be called Eloquence, is good sense, and solid thought.”
“Case in point: "Eloquence," the single from Can You Still Feel?”
“Eloquence," Mr. Donoghue observes, in one of his more extravagantly eloquent conceits, "resembles hang gliding in some respects.”
“You desire to know, then, (and you have often repeated your request) what kind of Eloquence I most approve, and can look upon to be so highly finished, as to require no farther improvement.”
“In a paper on "Eloquence," in the same volume, he shows that even then his young mind was impressed by the fame attached to successful oratory in Parliament.”
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