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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.
I'm well impressed by all of your superb arguments and perspicacious elocutions, so I shall endeavor to follow suit.
Yeah, a lot of weird elocutions are acceptable, even treasured, in the South.
~ 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.
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.
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.