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This occasion comes to remind us of the necessity and importance of prayer, hidden virtues and austerity," said al-Rai, adding that "today, we are called upon to utter words of hope and peace for the people of Lebanon and the countries of the Middle East, who are suffering from the scourge of war and conflict, destruction, killing and displacement.
Kennedy once said, " As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them".
IShe may utter words of appreciation because you have soldiered on for several years in the ancient trousers drooping from the lower belly, and she has also applauded your will to persist with the shiny navy blazer, the one with the drooping shoulders.
It's a real privilege to utter words that people like Moliere, and subsequently Roger McGough, have written.
The provision will also hold accountable people if they utter words, make gestures, comment on dresses or intrude the privacy of any racial group.
Ultimately, as Saville-Troike says, "Just as 'one can utter words without saying anything' (Searle 1969), one can say something without uttering words" (6).
Kennedy: "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.
Rae Armantrout's title suggests more than sarcasm, recalling William Carlos Williams's "This Is Just to Say," a poem in which "just to say" is merely to say, merely to utter words (which cannot make up for stolen plums).
Some of the men watch, others utter words, under their breath or loudly, in order to get a girl's attention.
Those who stand in a corner and utter words bigger than their mouth are not big enough to trouble the Persian Gulf," Ahmadinejad said, but did not explain who or which country he meant.
We say that he is married but he is not ready to accept but goes on to utter words of wisdom to women.