Prepositions used with "speech"

of, in, to, for or with speech?

In 77% of cases "of speech" is used

They have no Freedom of speech.

Freedom of speech, clothing etc.

Freedom of speech goes both ways.

All of these laws recognise that some things are more important than freedom of speech.

Part of speech The search results may be limited to a certain part of speech if you wish.

Central School of speech and Drama: Central is one of the oldest drama schools in the UK.

Removing women's choice to protect freedom of choice makes as much sense as censorship to protect freedom of speech.

But the AKP's crackdown on dissent, on basic freedoms of speech and expression, has gone beyond all civilised norms.

They believed in freedom of speech, in personal liberty and deplored cruel legal procedures and arbitrary government.

These findings reveal neural encoding mechanisms of speech acoustic parameters in higher order human auditory cortex.

In 10% of cases "in speech" is used

A response in speech or writing.

All our pieces in speech will go on to the regional finals.

Clarity in speech and thought should permeate our banner of love.

There is a significant distinction between free as in speech and free as in beer here.

Symbolic phrases are used lavishly in speeches during ceremonies and political debates.

It is still used primarily in speech, although it can be found from time to time in edited prose.

In speeches to Ohio voters, he castigates Obama for the 23 million Americans who are either jobless or underemployed.

The fact is that a significant numbers of native English speakers use singular they all the time in speech, and spoken English is real English.

If the only reason that we want variety in speech is to hold on to the old prejudices, then we are truly better off with an impoverished system.

These peoples became Celtic, and Celtic in speech and character they have remained, even where ancestral physical types are reasserting themselves.

In 4% of cases "to speech" is used

We're not going to go to speech therapy for three months.

The average person listening to speeches given by the T.

In the US and some other countries, there is a right to speech.

Not many people listen to speeches especially with the prospect of good food in mind.

The modulation model and applications to speech processing are described in detail in 18 and 7.

Recurrent middle ear infections in early life result in fluctuating hearing loss, thus compromising the child's exposure to speech and song.

Reconstruction quality was highest for sound features most critical to speech intelligibility and allowed decoding of individual spoken words.

The first and second amendment guaranteeing the freedom to speech and religion is one of the most important aspects of American society and history.

If I am correct, and the Court ultimately disagrees with this opinion, Mc/F can be seen as nothing but a time, place and manner restriction to speech.

For both representations, regions of good prediction performance included the range of spectro-temporal modulations most critical to speech intelligibility 19, 21.

In 2% of cases "for speech" is used

Our brains a ' pre-wired for speech '.

Chewing is important for speech development and the muscles used for chewing are also used in speaking.

Due to the increasing demand for speech and Language Therapy, waiting lists in public health services may be extensive.

One examines the human capacity for speech from the fertile perspective of Noam Chomsky's theories that transformed linguistics in the 1960s.

Reconstruction accuracy was highest within the range of spectro-temporal fluctuations that have been found to be critical for speech intelligibility.

We found that different electrodes were sensitive to different acoustic frequencies important for speech sounds, ranging from low (200 Hz) to high (7,000 Hz).

In 2% of cases "with speech" is used

Because vocalics is often used in conjunction with speech communication (i.

On the event day they assist in the presentations with speeches and handing out all the prizes.

Many computer users who are blind or vision impaired use a Braille display in conjunction with speech output.

Set in 2008, the fiscal crisis looms large, with speeches by Bush and Obama inserted as an obvious metaphor.

Milly assists professionals provide profitable speeches, because of Marketing with email techniques trainings with speech Storyboarding.

Magnification with speech Some screen magnification software gives the option of having the text on the screen spoken to you by the computer, as well as being magnified.

I am not talking about dividing the country up into special interest groups, pandering to voting blocs with speeches telling them what they want to hear in order to win votes.

When we cry out in pain, anyone listening can usually tell how severe it is; though with speech we now also add a few choice words along with the cry of pain, adding expression to the experience.

He has been so protected by the bias media and not engaged in the daily responsibilities of the Prez that with speech writers and teleprompter's he's been able to fool many Americans and the world.

In 1% of cases "between speech" is used

True, because between speeches and photos, we hardly got two bites of dinner and dessert.

During conversations between speeches, members repeatedly told the 41 Action News employees they should join the club.

It may come to a point where there won't be a difference between speech between two humans and speech between a computer and a human.

In 1% of cases "by speech" is used

The gathering was motivated by speeches from the Chairman - Governing Council, Mr.

Our program will start at 9 in the morning, which will be highlighted by speeches from myself and from Cynthia as well.

He therefore hesitated at nothing in his endeavour both by speech and action to break off the negotiations with the Carthaginians.

We all could start with our school boards to bring back Social Studies in Middle School and required Political Science classes in High School, closely followed by speech and Debate classes.

In 1% of cases "from speech" is used

The Grove also has a fantastic location on the Hill -- within five minutes walk of nearly everything from speech Room to most subject blocks and the sports fields too.

In 1% of cases "on speech" is used

It is no bigger a limitation on speech than requiring a permit for a rally at the park.

But that means no borders of any sort, not on speech, not on gender discrimination, etc.

He's endlessly tinkering on speeches, he's sending email around the clock on topics we don't want to hear about.

For tired nerves, bruises, and that cramped-up feeling which came from sitting hour after hour poring over schedules or working on speeches, there was Bob Lipoff.