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It offers a more searing version of events than the sometimes technical language in previous crash reports and investigations, including one conducted by the Transportation Department’s Inspector General.

From Fortune

The language that was used — that could have possibly had a chilling effect on other people coming forward — shouldn’t have been allowed.

From Ozy

Toucan raises $3 million to teach you new languages as you browse the web — The startup has developed a Chrome browser extension designed for anyone who wants to learn a new language but hasn’t found the motivation or the time.

Looking ahead, Toucan is planning to add new languages and to launch browser extensions for Firefox and Safari.

This announcement covers changes to Google Search, Google News, autocomplete, fact checking, through BERT and language processing.

Despite the strong language, however, the neither the JPO nor Lockheed could dispute a single fact in either Daily Beast report.

Some of them already are in Germany taking language lessons.

His first language was Russian, then he learned Swedish, but chooses to perform in monosyllabic broken English.

We also have a language filled with distaste for the civilian “others.”

Disagreements will focus on right and wrong, not parsing of legal language.

“Perhaps you do not speak my language,” she said in Urdu, the tongue most frequently heard in Upper India.

I would ask you to imagine it translated into every language, a common material of understanding throughout all the world.

And all over the world each language would be taught with the same accent and quantities and idioms—a very desirable thing indeed.

But don't go hunting after them, there are still modern Immortals in the darkness of a forgotten language.

Light, the symbol of life's joy, seems to be the first language in which the spirit of beauty speaks to a child.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to language, such as: accent, dialect, expression, jargon, prose, and sound.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.