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DIMENSION
ARABIC
PLACE
MEETING
STATEMENT
TRUE
ENGLISH SPEAKING WORLD
KIND
REGARD
MUSLIMS
APPEARANCE
BUDDHA
RESPECT
EVERYONE
ANYONE
HITLER
RELATIVELY SPEAKING
CHANGE
CHRIST
BIBLE
ROUGHLY SPEAKING
MATHEMATICS
SWALLOWING
MOUTH
MEANS
CONTEXT
IMPLANTS
CONFIDENCE
THINKING
TALKING
TALK
WORK
WAYS
ISRAEL
INTERESTING READING
CHEWING
OWN LANGUAGE
PARSELTONGUE
ALCOHOL FUEL
COURSE
LUCHESI
END
COMPLETE SENTENCES
NORMAL PLATELET COUNT
CHURCH
RELIGION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Speaking"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Strictly speaking, the term "Bantu" simply means "people" in Xhosa, Zulu and many other languages from the Bantu language family.
  2. Public speaking is the process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listeners.
  3. Simply speaking, a stereographic projection is one way to generate a flat map of the earth.
  4. Public speaking is a common source of stress for everyone.
  5. Generally speaking, a Zen teacher is a person ordained in any tradition of Zen to teach the dharma, guide students of meditation, and perform rituals.

Dimension

  1. Mathematically speaking the extraction is down to reducing the dimensionality of the spectra variable space (to each mass corresponds one dimension). (Web site)
  2. Generally speaking, the higher the dimension of the algebra of symmetry vector fields on a spacetime, the more symmetry the spacetime admits.

Arabic

  1. He grew up speaking Arabic and Chinese, learning much about the world to the west and its geography and customs.
  2. Allah is the most frequently used name of God in Islam when speaking Arabic.
  3. Speaking in both English and Arabic, he gave this 40-minute interview to Vikram Sura for The Hindu. (Web site)

Place

  1. For example, I refers to whoever is speaking; now refers to the time at which that word is uttered; and here refers to the place of utterance. (Web site)
  2. Finally, a whiter smile gives people to whom you are speaking a place to focus on and gives you a friendlier appearance. (Web site)
  3. Bridges not only restore beauty to a smile, they also aid in chewing and speaking ability, and prevent teeth from shifting out of place.

Meeting

  1. The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system only transmits packets if someone is actively speaking during a meeting. (Web site)
  2. He was speaking at a meeting with outgoing Czech ambassador Petr Dokladal whose last official visit in Bulgaria before leaving office was to Varna.

Statement

  1. The President made this statement while speaking to the people of Thoddoo on Wednesday.
  2. The Cane Planters Association of Cuba, speaking on behalf of the island's crucial sugar industry, issued a statement of support for Castro and his movement.
  3. Strictly speaking, the term connotes an attitude towards the gods (one of hatred) rather than making a statement about their nature.

True

  1. The therapist denied this claim, saying: " Trevor Graham is not speaking on behalf of Justin Gatlin and the story about me is not true. (Web site)
  2. If speakers wish to express distance towards or even dislike of the person they are speaking to, the reverse is true, and differences are sought.
  3. It is true that only the fifteenth amendment, in terms, mentions the negro by speaking of his color and his slavery. (Web site)

English Speaking World

  1. His work informed the likes of Allan Pred and Nigel Thrift, who took it to the English speaking world.
  2. There can be variations of keywords from country to county even in the English speaking world. (Web site)
  3. The Giuoco Piano, known outside the English speaking world as the "Italian Game" is a fifteenth-century opening that has stood the test of time.

Kind

  1. Founded in 1886, it is the largest anarchist publishing house in the nation and the oldest of its kind in the English speaking world. (Web site)
  2. The narration by Margot Fonteyn is very quiet; you can almost hear her voice, speaking with a kind of hushed awe. (Web site)
  3. Here, broadly speaking, consumption refers to the purchase or acquisition of goods and services of any kind. (Web site)

Regard

  1. For this reason it is difficult to include all the possible contexts within which people falter with regard to speaking Lashon Hara.
  2. Roughly speaking, category theory is the study of the general form of mathematical theories, without regard to their content.

Muslims

  1. Also, when speaking in English, Muslims often translate "Allah" as "God".
  2. Practically speaking, although baptism is not part of Islam, all children born into a Muslim family are Muslims. (Web site)
  3. In a conservative society like Egypt, for both Muslims and Christians, speaking openly about sex in public is frowned upon.

Appearance

  1. The primary (baby) teeth are very important for chewing, speaking and appearance. (Web site)
  2. When most or all of your teeth have been lost, dentures can restore your eating and speaking ability, as well as improve your appearance. (Web site)
  3. Missing one or more teeth will have a negative effect on your appearance and your chewing and speaking abilities.

Buddha

  1. Generally speaking, during the time of the Buddha, owing to brahminical influence, women were not given much recognition. (Web site)
  2. Generally speaking, it is the teachings of a buddha that which brings true benefit for the beings in this world.
  3. The Buddha Himself used this term when speaking of His life prior to Enlightenment. (Web site)

Respect

  1. He was a practical example and specimen for the Muslims with respect to eating, relaxing and resting, walking, speaking, and conducts with others.
  2. In respect of the last two of these functions, he has an important ecumenical and interfaith role, speaking on behalf of Anglicans in England and worldwide.
  3. Strictly speaking, what is meant is cohomology with respect to the local coefficient system on B given by the cohomology of the various fibers.

Everyone

  1. They believe that only some people are given the gift of speaking in tongues while everyone has the opportunity to receive a prayer language.
  2. Condemned by some and praised by others for speaking out, Sultan wants everyone to understand the danger posed by A God Who Hates. (Web site)
  3. By now, the spirit of the Goddess Valpolicella is speaking through everyone. (Web site)

Anyone

  1. However, Quirinus Quirrell was speaking to Snape at the time, and unknown to anyone had been possessed by Voldemort.
  2. A declarant, generally speaking, is anyone who composes and signs a statement or declaration alleging that the information he has given therein is true. (Web site)
  3. For three years she lived as a hermit, keeping silence and not speaking to anyone but God and her confessor.

Hitler

  1. Hitler was now speaking to adoring German audiences of up to 100,000 at a time. (Web site)
  2. By early 1921, Hitler was becoming highly effective at speaking in front of large crowds. (Web site)
  3. What Pope Pius determined was that the Church, and Rome, could do more good by acting quietly besides speaking officially against Hitler.

Relatively Speaking

  1. First of all, the Pet Shop Boys had been in a period of decline, relatively speaking, in terms of their overall popularity. (Web site)
  2. An engine can live with detonation occurring for considerable periods of time, relatively speaking. (Web site)
  3. This sort of thinking, what is essentially scientific thinking, is a new tool, relatively speaking.

Change

  1. Busch, whose 21st-place finish was lowest of the Chase contenders, took time after the race to change out of his firesuit before speaking to reporters.
  2. Since the tuning of the violin is fixed, relatively speaking (no pun intended), I am not sure I would want to change the Pythagorean tuning as I change keys.
  3. If caught in a group of people who are speaking Lashon Hara, one should try and leave the group or change the topic. (Web site)

Christ

  1. Historically speaking, Arminians understood that man was totally depraved could not come to Christ without a prior working of the Holy Spirit.
  2. Broadly speaking, Protestants hold to the five sola s of the Reformation which declare salvation to be by faith alone through grace alone in Christ alone.

Bible

  1. Prophecy in the Bible is in the most general sense, simply speaking on behalf of God. (Web site)
  2. In 1901, Parham began to preach that the "Bible evidence" of the baptism with the Holy Spirit was speaking in tongues.
  3. After studying the Bible and spending time in prayer, several students experienced glossolalia (speaking in other languages).

Roughly Speaking

  1. Note that the times are given in UTC (roughly speaking, the time at Greenwich, ignoring British Summer Time).
  2. Roughly speaking, Germanic languages differ in how conservative or how progressive each language is with respect to an overall trend towards analycity.
  3. Weak 2-groupoids are secretly the same thing as homotopy 2-types: roughly speaking, topological spaces whose homotopy groups vanish above dimension 2.

Mathematics

  1. In category theory, a branch of mathematics, a subobject is, roughly speaking, an object which sits inside another object in the same category.
  2. Mathematics can, broadly speaking, be subdivided into the study of quantity, structure, space, and change (i.e.
  3. In mathematics, informally speaking, a foliation is a kind of clothing worn on a manifold, cut from a stripy fabric. (Web site)

Swallowing

  1. Depending on which muscles are affected, widespread (generalized) dystonia can cause difficulty with speaking, swallowing, coordination, and walking.
  2. Other symptoms may include speaking softly in a monotone voice, and difficulty with swallowing and writing.
  3. These work on tongue muscles that function in speaking, chewing, and swallowing.

Mouth

  1. When the denture was put into her mouth, the magnets grabbed hold of the implants and enabled her to enjoy eating and speaking normally again. (Web site)
  2. In a recent interview with Fox 5 News, Ludacris was speaking on his foundation and in the midst of speaking, a bug flew straight into his mouth.
  3. Strictly speaking, it is a purely tactile sensation which is noticed when the wine touches the mouth. (Web site)

Means

  1. Therefore they have always been in opposition to marxists or authoritarian socialists who, broadly speaking, believe that the end justifies the means. (Web site)
  2. Jeringozo comes from the Spanish word jerigonza, which means a specific language or speaking style from a group (i.e.: jargon). (Web site)
  3. Loosely speaking, this means that the topology on X is capable of distinguishing between x and y.

Context

  1. But of course you'll need to decide based on context if they are speaking of the "sides" of a V arrangement, or the "sides" of each cylinder.
  2. In this context, not even the apparently unproblematic expression 0.0 1.0 is, strictly speaking, defined; the base must be strictly greater than zero.
  3. Roughly speaking, music is "chromatic" when it freely uses all 12 notes, but still within the context of an - often changing - key.

Implants

  1. Dentures and bridges mounted to implants won't slip or shift in your mouth - an especially important benefit when eating and speaking. (Web site)
  2. More Confident: With dental implants, you'll never need to cover your mouth when laughing, smiling, or speaking. (Web site)
  3. Replacing missing teeth with implants can make speaking easier and can prevent other teeth from moving out of alignment. (Web site)

Confidence

  1. Dental implants are changing the way people live allowing them to rediscover comfort and confidence while eating, speaking, and laughing.
  2. The appearance of the smile is more natural and there is increased comfort and confidence when smiling, speaking and eating.
  3. A beautiful new smile and improved periodontal health - your keys to smiling, eating and speaking with comfort and confidence.

Thinking

  1. Rhetoric, the strategic presentation of ideas and choice of language, informs all writing, speaking, thinking, and learning. (Web site)
  2. It is unfair to speculate about an intended, engineered word with thinking and speaking, language, literature, or even, Heaven forbid, Scripture. (Web site)
  3. We must attune our speaking, feeling, thinking, and impulses of will such that we feel a spiritual being listening. (Web site)

Talking

  1. Speaking to Rita MacNeil is a lot like talking to your mom.
  2. Speaking of West Coast projects, you were talking about doing a Diary of Compton, a DOC album.
  3. It hurts after games to be talking about matters that have no place in rugby instead of speaking up our performance on the field.

Talk

  1. He was speaking to a small group of people, an informal panel gathered at a reporter's request to talk about the future of television comedy.
  2. Speaking in her signature smooth Texas twang, Martha Burk took a moment recently to talk with Ms. about Augusta National and her life as a feminist.
  3. Generally speaking, in Tibetan, when you talk about a practitioner, sanje nampa means a person who is studying something inner. (Web site)

Work

  1. Dentiste Cadieux et Langevin work wonders. (Web site)
  2. In it Dicaearchus endeavoured to prove that the soul was mortal.[14] Cicero[15] when speaking of a work On the Soul, probably means this work.
  3. It involves the voices of two or more people simultaneously speaking (or playing against each other), entering and leaving the work as in a fugue. (Web site)
  4. They may underachieve at work because of anxiety during, or avoidance of, speaking in groups, in public, or to authority figures and colleagues. (Web site)

Ways

  1. It is amphibology and it means, literally, "speaking in two ways." An amphibology is a statement that is ambiguous or can be taken in two ways.
  2. However, Esperantists do not necessarily speak Esperanto or speak it well, as there are other ways to support the language besides speaking it.

Israel

  1. In the Hebrew Bible, the word appears in passages when speaking of God dwelling either in the Tabernacle or amongst the people of Israel.
  2. Makuya has appeared in front of the United Nations on at least two occasions, speaking on behalf of Israel.
  3. Syrian President Bashar Assad is speaking publicly for the first time about normalization with Israel.

Interesting Reading

  1. SEYMOUR HERSH: So, in your book, speaking of Israel, its sort of interesting reading through it. (Web site)

Chewing

  1. Speaking, chewing, swallowing and smiling are also improved due to the confidence that stems from having the dentures firmly secured in the mouth.
  2. Every tooth in your mouth plays an important role in speaking, chewing and in maintaining proper alignment of other teeth. (Web site)
  3. Chewing and speaking with dentures can now be done with comfort and confidence with the help of implants.

Own Language

  1. The meeting will turn to a real success by showing a great respect towards their traditions and language and by speaking to them in their own language. (Web site)

Parseltongue

  1. During the first meeting, Harry terrifies his fellow students by speaking in Parseltongue to a snake. (Web site)

Alcohol Fuel

  1. Generally speaking, the chemical formula for alcohol fuel is C n H 2n+1 OH. The larger n is, the higher the energy density.

Course

  1. Speaking with bias, of course, as a pledged Maoist, I see Maoism as the highest stage of Marxism at this point in time. (Web site)
  2. If you remember Janna from her teaching days in the Ann Arbor swing scene, you must be "old school" (relatively speaking, of course).
  3. Of course, there is room for them in The Episcopal Church, just not as the sole arbiters of what God is speaking to us through the Bible or our tradition. (Web site)

Luchesi

  1. And as for Luchesi, he cannot distinguish Sherry from Amontillado." Thus speaking, Fortunato possessed himself of my arm.

End

  1. NP: So Derek Nimmo took chopsticks to the end of the minute and got that extra point for speaking at that moment.
  2. Dental implants can stabilize existing dentures, putting an end to dentures that slip out of place or move while you are eating or speaking.
  3. And whoever is speaking at that moment gains an extra moment, and if course it was Derek Nimmo who has a lead at the end of the first round.

Complete Sentences

  1. In non-fluent aphasia, also called Broca's aphasia or motor aphasia, TBI patients often have trouble recalling words and speaking in complete sentences. (Web site)
  2. Some individuals have trouble recalling words and speaking or writing in complete sentences (called non-fluent aphasia).

Normal Platelet Count

  1. Generally speaking, in humans, a normal platelet count ranges from 150,000 and 450,000 per mm 3 (microlitre). (Web site)

Church

  1. The Church of Christ embraces speaking in Tongues and the Interpretation of tongues.
  2. Clearly, the Holy Spirit is speaking to His church, and He is calling His people to pray," says Haggard. (Web site)
  3. I was speaking at John Piper's church when he reminded us that God builds his church.

Religion

  1. Religion, broadly speaking, means the voluntary subjection of oneself to God. (Web site)
  2. Zoroaster believed that he heard the voice of his chief god, Ahura Mazda, speaking to him and telling him to start a new religion.
  3. Philip: There is, I think, something unique — and uniquely threatening (politically speaking) — about the theoconservative approach to religion.

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