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TO SPEAK. This term is used in the English law, to signify the permission given by a court to the prosecutor and defendant in some cases of misdemeanor, to agree together, after which the prosecutor comes into court and declares himself to be satisfied; when the court pass a nominal sentence. 1 Chit. Pr. 17.

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By not speaking with their children in their actual language(s), they not only deprive their children of the importance of their language but also add to the extinction of that language for their future generations within the family.
Taking place at the city arts centre until January 27 the free festival will celebrate the diverse speaking cultures in the city alongside a series of events designed to banish the fear of speaking in public.
Jahnke deftly applies her expertise to many facets of communicating publicly, including using women's voices in social media; participating in panels, meetings, and discussions; giving presentations; and speaking to the media.
'So Dino, we congratulate you for speaking out, for speaking the truth.'
And, maybe an unspoken belief that speaking in Tagalog is baduy or beneath them,' she said.
Create consistent 4-5 Figure Months with your Speaking Business
A FLUENT Irish speaker was forbidden from speaking as Gaeilge at work after being told by his boss: "This is an English-speaking business."
Swimming: Dubai English Speaking School, Doha English Speaking School and Al Khor International School, Qatar.
Did you know the average person ranks the fear of public speaking higher than the fear of death?
One in eight, 13%, people in Wales aged three and over speaks Welsh daily, the same proportion as the 2004-06 surveys, but the number of people speaking Welsh daily has risen from 342,000 to 353,000 according to the survey.
As the former head of the department of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Ideal Indian School in Doha, Vadakkangara was known for his innovative approach in teaching Arabic to the non-Arabic speaking people.