speak (spēk) v. spoke (spōk), spo·ken (spō′kən), speak·ing, speaks v.intr. 1. To produce words by means of sounds; talk: Can the baby speak yet? 2. a. To
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Speak, Memory is an autobiographical memoir by writer Vladimir Nabokov. The book includes individual short stories published between 1936 and 1951 to create the first
Documenting some of the more amusing misuses of the English language.
Clinton campaign manager says the hand of the Kremlin has been working in US elections, but no one talks about the hand of Israel, which is on everything from pushing
The Buffy Speak trope as used in popular culture. Any of a variety of speech patterns used to indicate that a character, while intelligent, is perhaps too …
“We No Speak Americano” is a song by Australian band Yolanda Be Cool and producer DCUP. It was released on the independent Australian label Sweat It Out on 27
Three weeks before Election Day, Donald Trump Jr. left the campaign trail and the country to speak at a private dinner in Paris organized by an obscure pro-Russia
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