The kid struggled weakly, voicing a faint cry.
Anne Hutchinson was, in fact, voicing a protest against the legalism of the Massachusetts Puritans, and was also striking at the authority of the clergy in an intensely theocratic community.
Talon asked the question she feared voicing.
The Peterborough Chronicle, not content with voicing this sentiment, gives Eustace a bad character.
The assembly was almost unanimous in voicing its protest to the governor.
The way he touched her; the way he looked at her across the room - all those little things were his subtle way of saying he loved her without voicing the words.
One of the goats was voicing a terrified cry and with it mingled vicious snarls and anxious barking.
In phrasing his advertisement as he did, Mr Combs is only pretending to be voicing anti-white animus.
other backbenchers will be voicing their concerns next week at a debate about the current policy toward Iraq, Mr Dalyell said.
Voicing the answers to the questionnaire at the end was invaluable especially as we are a newly formed benefice.
It also helps learners to become conscious of the muscle movements involved in voicing a consonant.
In vowels and voiced fricatives, voicing obscures the aspiration and frication components.
Many saw Powell as a true visionary, voicing the concerns which were held at the time.
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They are almost wordless; human voice, voicing and singing, plays the star role.
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Parents are discouraged from participating in activities or voicing opinions about policies or practices.
Then based off of your hit, you then keep voicing coordinates until you have a miss.
Unfortunately, he doesn't always learn how to refrain from voicing his opinions on how you should do things.
Santoro did voice-over work as well, voicing the title character in Stuart Little for Brazilian copies of the film.
Do this over and over until you're not so much voicing the thought, but experiencing it.
Parents may begin to worry about certain aspects of their child's behavior, but because the symptoms aren't always definitive, they may feel silly voicing their concerns aloud.
Oliver was doing many commercial production jobs and hired Crow to a lot of voicing work for him.
She went on to make a name for herself voicing cartoons, lending her voice to the Powerpuff Girls and Rugrats, among others.
But there was another reason she dared not leave her father, one she feared voicing even to the man before her.
Tessa followed, voicing her objection in annoyed bleats.
Voicing their opinions for a particular candidate or cause, people can understand, but what makes actors think they have the chops to work in politics?
Many people benefit from learning yoga Nidra through guided instruction, with the teacher voicing directions as you attempt to center the mind and focus on calming the body.
The question may result in differing responses; however, the passion that both proponents and opponents display in voicing their respective viewpoints is undeniably similar.
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