put into language

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it were put into language and the language solidified, it would
He has got more moods, and more different kinds of feelings than other creatures; and, mind you, whatever a bluejay feels, he can put into language. And no mere commonplace language, either, but rattling, out-and-out book-talk--and bristling with metaphor, too--just bristling!
"We put into language that the duty is to the client; you still have an attorney-client relationship in that you are a legal counsel even if you are limited counsel or coverage counsel," Borman said.