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1 I myself agree with you, but I can't speak for my boss.
2 Have you got anyone to speak for you?
3 Overcome with/by emotion, she found herself unable to speak for a few minutes.
4 The events of that evening speak for themselves.
5 I can't speak for the others, but I'd love to come myself.
6 I'm going to ask each of you to speak for three minutes.
7 "We're not blaming you," Kate said. "Speak for yourself," Boris muttered.
8 I speak for all my colleagues.
9 She could hardly speak for the ache in her heart.
10 He had a coughing fit and couldn't speak for a few moments.
11 Who is prepared to speak for the accused?
12 He believes that his records speak for themselves and ignores those who diss him.
13 Each candidate has to speak for three minutes on their chosen subject.
14 I speak for all 7,000 members of our organization.
15 Paisley claims to speak for the majority of local people.
16 What have you to speak for yourself?
17 We had no one to speak for us, we had no redress.
18 How can a belted knight speak for us?
19 In this oracular role, though, she does not speak for herself.
20 The arrangement seemed to speak for itself: Alice, the true love.
21 Recent events speak for themselves.
22 Some one, somewhere, must speak for golf - and maybe slap a few wrists.
23 I couldn't speak for laughing.
24 The results speak for themselves.
25 Again,(www.Sentencedict.com) we begin by letting the managers speak for themselves.
26 I can't attend the meeting in person, but I am sending someone to speak for me.
27 He said it was the job of the Church to speak for the underprivileged.
28 When Cardinal Spellman was presiding, he had such difficulty making himself understood that he had to have some one speak for him.
29 She obviously knows what she's doing - the facts speak for themselves.
30 She simply let her skills at building positive relationships with others speak for her.
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