Sometimes they find themselves in agreement with conservative arguments and say so aloud.
That line so outraged the dad at E-Z Car Rental that he repeated it aloud on Wednesday afternoon.
Even China,” she says with amazement, “We were not expecting China to say that aloud.
Instead, he picked up the Bible on the nightstand and began “reading passages from Scripture aloud to them.”
Did you know Jane Austen loved Pride and Prejudice as her ‘own darling child’ and read it aloud at home?
She read it aloud: it asked for the pleasure of their company at luncheon.
Then aloud he demanded, with hauteur: “Who do you wish to see, lady?”
"This is an unexpected obstacle," says he, aloud, but to himself.
He said aloud, 'Never mind, Uncle, if it makes you feel bad.'
Mary obeyed, and taking out a much soiled, blotted letter, Mrs. Campbell asked her to read it aloud.