When I could find voice
, I shrieked aloud in agony, "Either this is madness or it is Hell.
He had to wait a moment before he could find voice
to say: "Oh, it ain't so sure about Mattie's going-"
At first their spokesman could hardly find voice
or words; but he presently got both.
Will provincial and regional issues find voice
in our Senate chamber?
She has undoubtedly helped raise many of the young female artists of color in the Twin Cities, creating safe and nurturing forums for them to find voice
and express themselves with authenticity.
The insider said: "It required old school investigation - sifting through lots of hours of collected video footage and comparing it with crime videos, or going into the field to find voice
samples, or both.
To him, singing was a means of creating community, a way to reach that place where humans, by making beautiful noise together, create the solidarity that leads to collective action, even as individuals find voice
In contrast, 90 percent said they would prefer voice biometrics to PINs and passwords, with 77 percent stating that they find voice
biometrics more convenient.
Only comparatively recently, around 1915 I am told, did the Mamba Ennangira lose the timidity of those harrowing times and find voice
to re-tell the story of Kintu, the so-called first Kabaka of Buganda
This is a significant subtext in the exhibition, and adds to the strength of the curatorial voice, as similar notions also find voice
in the art-writing of Quddus Mirza.
You'll find voice
recognition or cameras or mechanized robotics, in addition to more simple engineering innovations like motion control or audible devices, in toys today.
Much will depend on the ability of working people in various countries to again find voice
and strategies to defend and extend their rights, and to recognize that they gain most collectively by pressing for policies that promote greater equality and less reliance on market forces and therefore greater assurances of collective economic protection.
We also find voice
to be faster than RF and not as cumbersome; but perhaps the best part was that it is hands-free and eyes-free.
As a public artist, I am always looking for ways to allow the needs and interests of others to find voice
through my work.
This will initiate a golden age of citizen journalism, where "real" news will emerge, and the "real" opinions of millions of ordinary Jacks and Jills will finally find voice