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|Oral delivery aims at persuasion and making the listener believe they are |
converted. Few persons are capable of being convinced; the ... Hoffer, Eric The
persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. - 4 Oral delivery aims at persuasion and
|Homer I detest the man who hides one thing in the depth of his heart and speaks |
forth another. - Homer But curb thou the high spirit in thy breast, ... Homer The
persuasion of a friend is a strong thing. - Homer For too much rest becomes a
|That's persuasion, right? Powerful stuff—the kind of thing that has strong effects |
on society and spells profit for companies. ... “It's everyone else who's influenced,
not me or my friends—well, maybe my friends, but not me.” But wait: What about ...
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|She had, however, one very intimate friend, a sensible deserving woman, who |
had been brought, by strong attachment to ... For one daughter, his eldest, he
woul really have given up any thing, which he had not been very much tempted
to dc ...
|Mrs.Jennings, thoughforced, onexamination, toacknowledge atemporaryrevival, |
tried to keep her young friend from indulging ... Her joy was of a different kind,
and led toany thing rather thanto gaiety. ... convincedthatat thatmoment she
heard a carriage driving up to the house; and so strong was the persuasion that
she DID, ...
|every thing plain and easy between landlord and tenant. ... and “Oh! certainly," |
was his daughter's; but Sir Walter's remark was, soon afterwards~— “The
profession has its utility, but I should be sorry to scc any friend of mine belonging
|His good looks and his rank had one fair claim on his attachment; since to them |
he must have owed a wife of very superior character to any thing deserved by his
own. ... She had, however, one very intimate friend, a sensible, deserving woman
, who had been brought, by strong ... This friend, and Sir Walter, did not marry,
whatever might have been anticipated on that head by their acquaintance.
|She had, however, one very intimate friend, a sensible, deserving woman, who |
had been brought, by strong attachment ... For one daughter, his eldest, he would
really have given up any thing, which he had not been very much tempted to do.