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  • 1Eloquent cortex — is a name used by neurologists for areas of cortex that if removed will result in loss of sensory processing or linguistic ability, minor paralysis, or paralysis. The most common areas of eloquent cortex are in the left temporal and frontal lobes …

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  • 2eloquent — el•o•quent [[t]ˈɛl ə kwənt[/t]] adj. 1) skilled in fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech 2) exhibiting forceful and appropriate expression 3) (of actions, gestures, etc.) forcefully expressive • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME (< AF) < L… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 3eloquent — eloquently, adv. eloquentness, n. /el euh kweuhnt/, adj. 1. having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech: an eloquent orator. 2. characterized by forceful and appropriate expression: an eloquent speech. 3. movingly… …

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  • 4Language of the New Testament — The mainstream consensus is that the New Testament was written in a form of Koine Greek,[1][2] which was the common language of the Eastern Mediterranean[3][4][5][6] from the Conquests of Alexander th …

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  • 5eloquent — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. persuasive, expressive, articulate, silver tongued; see expressive , fluent 2 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) a. [EL uh KWUNT] persuasive by means of one s speech, having a way with words, articulate.… …

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  • 6eloquent — el|o|quent [ eləkwənt ] adjective expressing what you mean using clear and effective language: an eloquent speech ╾ el|o|quence noun uncount ╾ el|o|quent|ly adverb …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 7eloquent — UK [ˈeləkwənt] / US adjective expressing what you mean using clear and effective language an eloquent speech Derived words: eloquence noun uncountable eloquently adverb …

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  • 8Bahá'í Faith and auxiliary language — Auxiliary language in the Bahá í Faith focuses on a particular teaching; that the world should adopt an international auxiliary language, and everyone should have to learn this language. The aim of this teaching is that the adoption of an… …

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  • 9English as a Foreign or Second Language — ESL (English as a second language), ESOL (English for speakers of other languages), and EFL (English as a foreign language) all refer to the use or study of English by speakers with a different native language. The precise usage, including the… …

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  • 10English as a foreign or second language — ESL redirects here. For other uses, see ESL (disambiguation). An immigrant makes an American breakfast, aided by instructional materials from the YMCA, 1918. English as a second language (ESL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) and… …

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  • 11Ottoman Turkish language — Ottoman Turkish لسان عثمانى‎ lisân ı Osmânî Spoken in Ottoman Empire …

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  • 12Shorthand Language — The Short Transitional Utility Language also known as Shorthand, is a type of computer programming language. It was created and implemented by Sam Moses and Andrei Remenchuck as a simpler means of creating dynamic web applications. The language… …

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  • 13command of language — Synonyms and related words: affectation, articulateness, command of words, effective style, eloquence, eloquent tongue, exaggeration, expression, expression of ideas, expressiveness, facundity, fashion, feeling for words, felicitousness, felicity …

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  • 14Qabbani, Nizar — ▪ 1999       Syrian poet and diplomat (b. March 21, 1923, Damascus, Syria d. April 30, 1998, London, Eng.), was one of the most widely read Arab poets of the 20th century. Written in simple but eloquent language, his verses, some of which were… …

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  • 15eloquence — /el euh kweuhns/, n. 1. the practice or art of using language with fluency and aptness. 2. eloquent language or discourse: a flow of eloquence. [1350 1400; ME < AF < L eloquentia. See ELOQUENT, ENCE] * * * …

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  • 16Basil Bernstein — (1 November1924 24 September2000) was a British sociologist and linguist, known for his work in the sociology of education. BiographyHe was born into a Jewish immigrant family, in the East End of London. He was late in coming to an academic&#8230; …

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  • 17Stefan Sznuk — (1896 ndash; May 6, 1986) was a Polish was a pioneer Polish aviator, as well as an Air Force Major General and was among the first to join the new Polish Air Force in 1919.Born in Warsaw, he was educated at the Warsaw University of Technology. He …

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  • 18John Mair — (or Major) (also known in Latin as Joannes Majoris and Haddingtonus Scotus) (1467–1550) was a Scottish philosopher, much admired in his day and an acknowledged influence on all the great thinkers of the time. He was a very renowned teacher and&#8230; …

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  • 19Sly-grog shop — A sly grog shop (or shanty) is an Australian term for an unlicensed hotel or liquor store, often with the added suggestion of selling poor quality liquor; a place where alcoholic beverages are sold by an unlicensed vendor. The Australian slang&#8230; …

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  • 20Harold Roe Bartle — Harold Roe Bennett Sturdevant Bartle (June 25, 1901 May 9, 1974) was a lawyer, banker, cattleman, politician, college president and renowned public speaker. He served two terms as the mayor of Kansas City. He was a local Scout executive of&#8230; …

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