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1) He is always willing to enunciate his opinions on the subject of politics.
2) He doesn't enunciate very clearly.
3) Actors learn how to enunciate clearly in the theatrical college.
4) An actor has to enunciate clearly.
5) Sagan, Johanson, Hawking and others generous coverage to enunciate their beliefs.
6) Be sure to enunciate when you speak into the microphone.
7) He went on to enunciate the principles for review of the supplementary benefits system.
8) The present work enunciate the phenophase and plant organ development of Hedyotis diffusa Willd. at Nanjing region. These results can give a reference for the plant growing practice.
9) He always willing to enunciate his opinions on the subject of politics.
10) To pronounce distinctly and carefully ; enunciate.
11) He was ever ready to enunciate his views to all who would listen.
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13) Speak slowly, enunciate clearly, and show appropriate emotion and feeling related to your topic.
14) He doesn't enunciate clearly.
15) Smith knew nothing of the idea of organic evolution that Charles Darwin was to enunciate some decades later.
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