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Definition of Locutions
Locution Lo*cu"tion, n. [L. locutio, fr. loqui to speak: cf.
F. locution. ]
Speech or discourse; a phrase; a form or mode of expression.
`` Stumbling locutions.' --G. Eliot.
I hate these figures in locution, These about phrases
forced by ceremony. --Marston.
Meaning of Locutions from wikipedia
to: a figure
of speech Locution
(paranormal), a mode of supernatural revelation Locution
(catchphrase), a particular
- experiences.) Another
way to describe locutions
is as corporeal, imaginary, or spiritual
or intellectual. Corporeal locutions
are those actually heard
- A catchphrase
(alternatively spelled catch
phrase) is a phrase
or expression recognized
by its repeated
utterance. Such phrases often originate
in the lives
of Christian saints
such as Saint
Mary of Egypt
(5th century), who heard
from the Icon...
- SNT is the first television station
and is ****ociated to the OTI. With its creation, the birth
of such a medium
in the country...
- foot leaves
the floor. Horwood
has become known
for his locutions
, which often include exaggeratedly lengthened
vowels, including: "It was...
- sincerity, although
seem numb with surprise
the complex locutions
they speak." The film earned
over $22 million at the box office. She made...
- interior locution
in 1972 at the shrine
of Our Lady of Fatima. The Roman Catholic Church
has never officially recognized
the purported interior locutions
is the branch
that studies concepts
such as existence, being, becoming, and reality. It includes
of how entities
(2004) and Resplendent Locution
(2007). In 2007, ****lord recorded Resplendent Locution
with Doug White
at Watchmen Recording
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