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1  He unrolled and read it without pausing in his speech.
Nineteen Eighty-Four By George Orwell
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2  For a moment he seemed even to have been deprived of the power of speech.
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3  The use of them encouraged a gabbling style of speech, at once staccato and monotonous.
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4  Very few of the C words had any currency either in everyday speech or in political speech.
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5  The first of these was an almost complete interchangeability between different parts of speech.
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6  Winston decided that it would not be enough simply to reverse the tendency of Big Brother's speech.
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7  There were also certain irregularities in word-formation arising out of the need for rapid and easy speech.
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8  Ultimately it was hoped to make articulate speech issue from the larynx without involving the higher brain centres at all.
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9  The next moment a hideous, grinding speech, as of some monstrous machine running without oil, burst from the big telescreen at the end of the room.
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10  It was therefore necessary to rewrite a paragraph of Big Brother's speech, in such a way as to make him predict the thing that had actually happened.
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11  The intention was to make speech, and especially speech on any subject not ideologically neutral, as nearly as possible independent of consciousness.
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12  Meanwhile it gained ground steadily, all Party members tending to use Newspeak words and grammatical constructions more and more in their everyday speech.
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13  The orator, still gripping the neck of the microphone, his shoulders hunched forward, his free hand clawing at the air, had gone straight on with his speech.
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14  The speech had been proceeding for perhaps twenty minutes when a messenger hurried on to the platform and a scrap of paper was slipped into the speaker's hand.
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15  The stuff that was coming out of him consisted of words, but it was not speech in the true sense: it was a noise uttered in unconsciousness, like the quacking of a duck.
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16  Winston, in addition to his regular work, spent long periods every day in going through back files of 'The Times' and altering and embellishing news items which were to be quoted in speeches.'
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17  The words of which they were made up could be any parts of speech, and could be placed in any order and mutilated in any way which made them easy to pronounce while indicating their derivation.
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18  For example, it appeared from 'The Times' of the seventeenth of March that Big Brother, in his speech of the previous day, had predicted that the South Indian front would remain quiet but that a Eurasian offensive would shortly be launched in North Africa.'
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19  The heirs of the French, English, and American revolutions had partly believed in their own phrases about the rights of man, freedom of speech, equality before the law, and the like, and have even allowed their conduct to be influenced by them to some extent.
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20  He might turn the speech into the usual denunciation of traitors and thought-criminals, but that was a little too obvious, while to invent a victory at the front, or some triumph of over-production in the Ninth Three-Year Plan, might complicate the records too much.
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