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The voice of the orator peculiarly should be free from studied effects, and responsive to motive.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
Piedmont alone vies with her, and is improving far more rapidly, but Lombardy has great natural capacities peculiarly her own.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Cecilia says they were all talking of it at Maundrell Abbey, where of course it is a peculiarly interesting topic.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
I cannot call that peculiarly manly, which are the peculiar pursuits of the lowest of our species.
There was one fair masquer, however, to whom Aristide became peculiarly attracted.
It is used for a variety of ornamental purposes, for which, from its extreme natural beauty, it is peculiarly adapted.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Even their military music was of a peculiarly soft and subdued character.
She had peculiarly cold green eyes that were tilted at the outer extremities.
It was not an ordinary blast, but had a peculiarly musical timbre, very much like the note of a mouth-organ.
In personal appearance she was, in earliest childhood and through life, peculiarly interesting rather than beautiful.

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