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Less reliable reports based on utterances of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood allies indicated Morsi's been cut off from communication.
Every day, devotees scan public utterances, transcripts, and videotapes for clues.Bernanke Hints at Fed Exit, but Don’t Expect Big Name to Succeed Him|Daniel Gross|June 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He knew exactly what he was saying and, unlike most Romneyan utterances, he sounded like he really meant it.
Of course, we could spend all our time obsessing about outrage-inducing utterances.Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney, and the Perpetual Outrage Industry|Howard Kurtz|April 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is moderated by Iowa Rep. Steve King, who, like the two candidates, is known for colorful utterances.
In the New Testament a few examples appear in which his utterances are given a quasi-judicial tone.Solomon and Solomonic Literature|Moncure Daniel Conway
"You really alarm me with all these serious utterances," she said at last, with a faint, nervous laugh.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
The infant begins its vocal utterances with simple cries; only at a later age does it begin to articulate.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
The anathema of the good bishop is pitched in many keys and sounds, like the collected utterances of many throats.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
His eloquence may not be so captivating as that of some men; but it comes up freely, and involves utterances of import.Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus