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``art thou a father in Israel, and dost thou utter words like unto these?
Nor does this inability arise from want of organs: for we observe that magpies and parrots can utter words like ourselves, and are yet unable to speak as we do, that is, so as to show that they understand what they say; in place of which men born deaf and dumb, and thus not less, but rather more than the brutes, destitute of the organs which others use in speaking, are in the habit of spontaneously inventing certain signs by which they discover their thoughts to those who, being usually in their company, have leisure to learn their language.
His first impulse, if there had been time for it, would perhaps have been to utter words of propitiation; but Adam had no sooner thrown off his coat and cap than he became aware that Arthur was standing pale and motionless, with his hands still thrust in his waistcoat pockets.
He had gone even so far as to utter words which true wisdom would have kept back.
He said, before giving any statement he should study the values of life, death and judgement then utter words and statement publically.
Even when speaking Tagalog, she'd utter words like, 'katre,' 'lomboy,' 'kay' and 'walS' in place of 'kama' (bed), 'duhat' (java plum), 'kasi' (because), and 'hindi' (not).
I heard my "pagan" fellow villagers, particularly elderly women, utter words that, to this day, I dare not repeat in polite company.
* "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." - John F.
But there's an old prayer for primaries which reads, 'Oh, Lord, teach me to utter words which are gentle and tender, for tomorrow I may have to eat them.' So whether you supported me or someone else, together, let us put aside harsh words and disappointment.
Responding to points raised by Farooq Sattar, the leader of the Opposition said we would condemn all those who would utter words against dividing Sindh province.
"It is unthinkable that in our democratic polity, the Prime Minister as head of government would utter words which are threatening, intimidating in content and a public warning to the leaders and members of the main opposition party -- Indian National Congress," the letter said.
People who looted the nation with both hands should not utter words like the sanctity of vote.