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  • Her loqua - city was not natural, she forced herself to it, and when she confided to you how many defects she could overcome by her unusual command of head resonance, she was not so much trying to persuade you as to persuade herself.

    The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather

  • 'Why, really,' said the physician, with an amusing consciousness of his own resemblance to the loqua - cious barber of the Arabian Nights, 'this is very in - teresting.

    Can Such Things Be

  • "Sure, we're not loqua - cious, but that's a natural function of our existence.

    The Day of the Dissonance

  • At primo, cum olim non quicunqae Gentilium facris aderant, (acris mini - firarenf, neque etiam hujus lod inidum dtiii tmmihmt fm faeris intererant loqua - tur, {itd deiis tuitum qni faeris minifira - hsnt, jam hinc manifefte ladus pacet, quamdebuit, virido&i verGo.

    Lucii Caecilii Firmiani Lactantii De mortibus persecutorum, cum notis Stephani Baluzii ...

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