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Namely, don’t waste time paying attention to and parsing the utterances of the playoff committee until Selection Sunday.
Tomlin has grown to be an institution in Pittsburgh such that his frequent utterances — reminders that “the standard is the standard” and references to “nameless, gray faces on the other sideline” — are civic catchphrases.
Such rapidity yet precision of thought, such volubility yet clearness of utterance, left all competitors behind.
Custom is, to think a handsome thing in private but tame it down in the utterance.
It was as the utterance of a baby child but just learning to articulate.
Oh, but how scant the utterance, and how faint, to my conceit!
When the occasion offers, he is concise, condensed even in the utterance of a principle or of a comprehensive thought.
Millard made an effort to say more, but his utterance was choked.
The world cannot afford to lose the record of any great deed or utterance; for such are prolific throughout all time.
Madeline's cry was more than the utterance of a breaking heart.
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