Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
His incisive, domineering utterance and imposing style, with his strong aquiline nose and resolute clean- shaven mouth, give him an air of inportance.
So in my poetical career, when the rainy season was in the ascendant there were only my vaporous fancies which stormed and showered; my utterance was misty, my verses were wild.
Nearing the central part her echoes were intruded on by other sounds; and seeing the barn not far off the road, she guessed these to be the utterances of the preacher.
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Because of it the words come to an end, and yet end not; the utterance is over, but not its ring; and the ear and the mind can go on and on with their game of tossing the rhyme to each other.
They are consistent with the way in which we can try to come to terms with the intention of a speaker but suppose we say that language must be obtruding itself in this utterance like any other.
It is important to carry on the significant utterance of "Three Representatives" raised by comrade Jiang Zemin. We should fix on eyes upon the claim while thinking over problem.
Then there is her habit of appearing to nod off momentarily between utterances, as if she were on something stronger than electricity.
A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance.
I do forgive you, Hester,replied the minister at length, with a deep utterance, out of an abyss of sadness, but no anger.