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  • noun Plural form of enunciation.

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Examples

  • Unto that variety of enunciations which is used in the Scripture concerning him; which I shall name only, and conclude.

    Christologia

  • I've found that doing this kind of work is some of the best enunciations of my medical knowledge, and my hope is to reach more like four or five out of fifty.

    Christal Smith: Doctor's Daily Blog On Sudan Brings Country's Struggles Home

  • I've found that doing this kind of work is some of the best enunciations of my medical knowledge, and my hope is to reach more like four or five out of fifty.

    Christal Smith: Doctor's Daily Blog On Sudan Brings Country's Struggles Home

  • For those writers lucky enough to be paid for their work, their sometimes hourly enunciations had little in common with the deliberate, reported, long-form journalism and scholarship of the 1970s.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Philosophers, for example, still tend a little too much (to speak ironically) to couch their enunciations as universal truths valid anywhere in the world at any time.

    Crossroads of Philosophy and Cultural Studies: Body, Context, Performativity, Community

  • It is an instrument in the service of a global artistic project, frequently subordinated to a narrative, or, at least, discursive aim; if it submits a priori to some formal rule that constrains the contents and, in a certain way, creates them, the page layout is generally elaborated from a semantically determined content, where the breakdowns has already assured discretization in successive enunciations known as panels.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Romantic experiment can only be told in the voweled curvature as well as the consonantal strokes of its patterned enunciations.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • Palin came off as bewilderingly flat-footed, ill-equipped even to bullshit her way out of tight conversational spots, and prone to bizarre enunciations that verged on self-parody.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Palin came off as bewilderingly flat-footed, ill-equipped even to bullshit her way out of tight conversational spots, and prone to bizarre enunciations that verged on self-parody.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • For those writers lucky enough to be paid for their work, their sometimes hourly enunciations had little in common with the deliberate, reported, long-form journalism and scholarship of the 1970s.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

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