• The official dedication did not take place until nineteen forty, when President Franklin Roosevelt spoke at a ceremony in the park.

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  • The jester spoke to him, "Who knew what the moon was made of and how far away it was.

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  • Mister Webster called me to his side and spoke to me of Mister Clay in words of great kindness.

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  • At the time President Kennedy first spoke about landing humans on the moon, the Soviet space program seemed far ahead.

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  • On March thirty-first, President Johnson spoke to Americans about the war in Vietnam and his efforts to limit it.

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  • The art teacher spoke for all of them when he said there was something about paul that he didn't understand.

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  • President Clinton spoke about remembering the separation of the races on buses in the South when he was a boy.

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  • Traditional healers spoke the language at least as early as the fifteenth century during the height of the Inca civilization.

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  • All the jewelry makers we spoke to in March at Bead Fest Santa Fe agreed that the recession had affected their businesses.

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  • She often spoke about the problems of women trying to succeed in a world mainly controlled by men.

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  • Betty Friedan once spoke to ABC television about her support for sharing responsibility for the care of children.

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  • He said that even as he spoke, hundreds were dying of hunger in London and other British cities.

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  • He said that never before had he spoken to a group as troubled and worried as the one he spoke to now.

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  • They spoke Russian. Not knowing the language, Bourke-White smiled in agreement at each man as he spoke.

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