1 What's more, each declaimed some phrase or fragment from their parts.
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2 He had declaimed himself into a violent heat, and was as hoarse as he was hot.
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3 declaimed Stepan Arkadyevitch, just as he had done before to Levin.
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4 was declaimed with the painful precision of a schoolgirl who has been taught to recite by some second-rate professor of elocution.
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5 Who does not know how our great men are outdoing themselves, in declaiming against the foreign slave-trade.
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6 I hate Diderot; he is an ideologist, a declaimer, and a revolutionist, a believer in God at bottom, and more bigoted than Voltaire.
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7 Jean-Jacques a declaimer; Diderot a declaimer; Voltaire on Calas, Labarre, and Sirven, declaimers.
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