Speech therapy for children -- Study and teaching. : Clinical practice for speech-language pathologists in the schools / by Lorraine M. Monnin and Kathleen Murphy Peters ; with a foreword by Robert L. Douglass ; with a contribution by Dorothy McJenkin.
Speech therapy -- Translating. : Working with interpreters and translators : a guide for speech-language pathologists and audiologists / Henriette W. Langdon, EdD, FASHA, CCC-SLP, Terry I. Saenz, Phd, CCC-SLP.
Speech Transcription -- See Transcription --subdivision Transcription under individual languages and groups of languages, e.g. English language--Transcription
Burnet, Gilbert, : The orator display'd: or, remarks on the B-----p of S----bury's speech. Upon the bill against occasional conformity. Those of the Separation have been too forward to Blood and War, and thereby have drawn much Guilt on themselves. Dr. Burnet's History of the Reformation, Second Vol. Preface. I am sure it has left this Conviction on all our Consciences, that that Party is obstinately fix'd to their own Humours, without the least Colour of Reason. Dr. Burnet's Fourth Conference, p. 352. And as these Separated Conventicles are of their own Nature Evil, so their Effects are yet worse, and such as indeed all the Ignorance and Prophanity in the Land is to be charged on them. Ibid. p. 200. Despising a Writer, who did so impudently deliver Falshoods, that from his own Books many of them may be disproved. Dr. Burnet's Hist. Refor. 1st. Vol. Pref.
Speech -- Usage -- Training. : Voice and Gender and other contemporary issues in professional voice and speech training / [edited by Mandy Rees] ; presented by the Voice and speech review.
Birkenhead, John, : XII. resolves concerning the disposall of the person of the King : in a sharpe reproofe to a rejoynder to three pamphlets, published in defence of Mr. Chaloners speech (called, A speech without doores, and said to be defended without reason) under pretence of the vindication of the Parliaments honour. With a declaration of the Generall Assembly of Scotland, concerning the danger of capitulation with those who have raised warr against the Parliament, and against receiving protections from, and complying with the Cavaliers.
England and Wales. -- Early works to 1800. : An exclamation against popery: or, A broad-side against Rome. : Occasioned by His Majestie's last gracious speech, when he was further pleas'd to express his zeal to maintain the truly antient Protestant religion. / By R.W. D.D. ; Licensed, November the 14th. 1678.
Speeches, address, etc., American. : The reawakening of the Orient [electronic resource] : and other addresses / by Sir Valentine Chirol, Yusuke Tsurumi, Sir James Arthur Salter.
Speeches, addresses, etc. : Dr. Charles Dicken's plain narrative : delivered by himself (viva voce) in open court, at the Michaelmas General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, holden at Huntingdon, October 6th, 1772; Before the following Triumvirate of Magistrates, Richard Reynolds Esq; Doctor Walton. Mr. Sherrard.