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“Bill MajorLiverpool • Alex Niven is mistaken in saying Geordies are "consistently portrayed as half-articulate buffoons".”
“But to his own people—to the sad sweetness of their voices, their inborn sense of music, their broken, half-articulate voices,—he leapt with new enthusiasm.”
“Even if some of the language about foetal rights is uncertain and confused, it illustrates the half-articulate conviction that the unborn child does merit protection.”
“Does any imaginative man find in maturity the admiration that his first half-articulate years aroused in some little circle; and is not the first success the greatest?”
“GORD THE ROGUE at his feet, mumbling half-articulate apologies.”
“The girl stared briefly; then, with a half-articulate moan, shrank even closer against her lover's side.”
“Some of the sweetest and most fruitful hours of life are these in which we speak half-articulate nothings, merely airing the sense of fellowship, and so replete with this wealth of vital intimacy that we have room for nothing more.”
“The words were accompanied with a half-articulate curse, as he struck at him, blindly, fiercely, and they closed in what seemed a deadly struggle.”
“I hastened to disarm such a suspicion by a half-articulate sigh.”
“He heard Jack's cry, and uttered a half-articulate answer.”
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