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  • Nate Freeman finally broke the silence, his voic shaky but determined.

    The Man From High Mountain

  • Kate's voic trembled, and she realized she was about to lose control.

    Baby In My Arms

  • Stile retorted, knowing that in this respect he was voic - ing the sentiment Clip could not voice.

    Split Infinity

  • He heard his early-morning voic running along the dock.

    The Machineries of Joy

  • What shrill-voic’d suppliant makes this cager cry?

    Act V. Scene III. The Tragedy of King Richard the Second

  • His deep-voic'd wail resounded loud as the lion's roar

    National Epics

  • Then answered Rosalind, still in Ganymede's dress and speaking with his voic -- "If you do love Rosalind so near the heart, then when your brother marries Aliena, shall you marry her."

    Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare

  • When morn appear'd, the clear-voic'd heralds call'd

    The Iliad

  • This has nothing to do with "voic [ing] the values that point to another way of living and being."


  • Star of Dynasty, Charlie's Angels LOS ANGELES - John Forsythe, the handsome, smoothvoiced actor who made his fortune as the scheming oil tycoon in TV's Dynasty and the voic ...

    Arkansas Online stories


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