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  • noun Plural form of elocution.


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  • Thanks to everyone involved, the movie radiates a hundred pleasures: from LaGravanese's perfect ear for the elocutions of a grammar-school election speech to the surprising orchestrations of Thomas Newman's score to the burnished glow of the cinematography.

    This Boy's Oddball Life

  • I'm well impressed by all of your superb arguments and perspicacious elocutions, so I shall endeavor to follow suit.

    On Violence and Restraint in The Dark Knight

  • Yeah, a lot of weird elocutions are acceptable, even treasured, in the South.

    "Not only will I won’t quit, I can’t.”

  • ~ Songbirds Offer Clues To Highly Practiced Motor Skills In Humans -- The melodious sound of a songbird may appear effortless, but his elocutions are actually the result of rigorous training undergone in youth and maintained throughout adulthood.

    Speedlinking 12/27/07

  • He loved conversation, and I could always learn from him -- especially through the way he pitched his thought -- his elocutions somehow commenting on the words as he spoke them.

    Blog of a Bookslut

  • The Collector underscored the need for conducting debates and elocutions on HIV/AIDS in the colleges, so that discussions would take place among the students about the disease.

    The Hindu - Front Page


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