Speaking for attention.
It's a different way of speaking.
Speaking pays, in more ways than one.
The Hebrews settled with other Semitic-speaking peoples in Palestine.
In most cases, one doesn’t naturally acquire advanced speaking skills.
The English-speaking regions are heavily militarised by the government.
“I grew up with my mother speaking Welsh, and the rest of my family speaking Welsh.”
So, if you're speaking with a woman about her stress, make sure you don't assume that she's the primary caregiver at home.
Generally speaking, Microsoft contracts these services out to local providers in each area, rather than employ them directly.
He began speaking of Harriet, and speaking of her with more voluntary praise than Emma had ever heard before.
Amon believes that early versions of smart glasses could arrive in 2021, he said when speaking with Business Insider last November.
About a quarter of the population were French-speaking whites, a quarter were English-speaking whites, a quarter were free mixed-race Creoles and a quarter were slaves.
Haryana was constituted on November 1, 1966, as a result of the partition of the former state of Punjab into two separate states—Punjabi-speaking Punjab and Hindi-speaking Haryana.
If you’re not confident speaking the local language, contact your nearest embassy who will be able to provide you with a translator, or direct you to an English-speaking police station or officer.
Anglophone secessionists have imposed curfews and closed schools as part of their protest against president Paul Biya’s French-speaking government and its perceived marginalisation of the English-speaking minority.
Ironically, it was English-speaking antiquarians and nationalists from the small educated class, rather than the Irish-speaking minority, who led the 19th-century revival, which in turn was stimulated by the Romantic movement’s interest in Celtic subjects.
Speaking before the results were released, First Minister Carwyn Jones said he expected figures to show a smaller proportion of Welsh speakers in the traditional stronghold communities of the language, but with more people speaking Welsh in other parts of Wales.
Using footage from a speaking engagement at the Centre for American Progress, the altered video convincingly made it seem as if, instead of speaking in the clear and concise manner that we’re used to, Pelosi was having trouble speaking altogether, slurring and repeating her words as if under the influence.
The eastern group included the Keresan-speaking Zia, Santa Ana, San Felipe, Santo Domingo, and Cochiti, and representatives of three members of the Kiowa-Tanoan language family: the Tewa-speaking San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Clara, Tesuque, and Nambe; the Tiwa-speaking Isleta, Sandia, Taos, and Picuris; and the Towa-speaking Jemez.
During that period it was inhabited by such a diverse population—Slavic-speaking Christians, Greek-speaking Christians, Turkish-speaking Muslims, Albanian-speaking Muslims, Aromani (Vlachs), Jews, and Roma (Gypsies)—that it inspired the French to adopt their term for the region, “Macédoine,” to refer to a salad of mixed fruits or vegetables.
- capable of or involving speech or speaking
Example: human beings--the speaking animals
- the utterance of intelligible speech
- capable of speech
Example: the speaking animal
- delivering an address to a public audience
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During that period it was inhabited by such a diverse population—Slavic-speaking Christians Greek-speaking Christians Turkish-speaking Muslims Albanian-speaking Muslims Aromani Vlachs Jews and Roma Gypsies—that it inspired the French to adopt their term for the region Macédoine to refer to a salad of mixed fruits or vegetables