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“Not to speak of the beauty and fidelity of the rendering, the trochaic rhythm vividly conveys the sense of suddenness of the onslaught, the ruthlessness and swiftness of the destruction,”
“Not until July 25 could even the anti-administration Richmond Examiner bring itself to speak of the "repulse at Gettysburg.”
“If you were an evolutionary ichthyologist, you would be entitled to speak of these facts in the same sort of vaunting superlatives that a fly expert reserves for Hawaiian Drosophila.”
“The next time you speak of the subservience of the Klingons to their imperial masters, Captain, and their lack of personal honor and integrity, please remember that it is inconceivable that Khlaru was not asked to identify this document.”
“When I complimented him on the meal in general and on the tasty gravy that had been ladled across our rotelli Bolognese in particular, his face took on an expression akin to the one you see on the faces of new parents when they begin to speak of their child.”
“It must have been when the king of the Indian city of Taxila arrived at his camp in Bactria and began to speak of his country that Alexander learned just how wrong he had been.”
“George Bonanno has found that not only is it normal for widows and widowers to smile and laugh when describing their relationship to the deceased, but that those who were able to do so six months after the loss were happier and healthier fourteen months out than those who could only speak of the departed with sadness, fear, or anger.”
“I believe you speak of Barataria Bay, Monsieur Tintin.”
“It boded no good for the Second Corps or for the campaign of 1864 when so able and fair-minded a man as James Conner could speak of Dick Ewell as a "fond, foolish old man . . . worse in love than any eighteen-year-old you ever saw.”
“Psychologists, marketers, and shrewd negotiators speak of the “rejection-then-retreat” technique.”
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