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Short liturgical forms constantly become fossilized in one language and count almost as inarticulate exclamations.

Most of Muna's dialogue was inarticulate and incomprehensible in the team's final webisode product.

Most gags that do stop the subject from making intelligible
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He does not seem to acknowledge that Plank is just an inanimate, silent, 2x4 piece of wood, and when asked for help with an imaginary friend, he claimed to have no clue what the Eds are talking about.

As inanimate objects cover the classes II, III and IV, it's not transparent into which class an inanimate object belongs.

A figure of speech that gives human characteristics to inanimate objects, or represents an absent person as being present.

In the course of the investigation, Doug eventually discovers that "Snow White" is actually a time machine, capable of sending inanimate objects into the past.

In the Epistle to the Romans St. Paul describes inanimate nature, blighted by the primal curse, groaning in travail and anxiously awaiting its deliverance from bondage.

Materialistic scientism is based on the methodology of the instructional sciences, which developed to study and experiment with inanimate matter.

Urarina myths that portray plants, inanimate objects, and non-human animals as personal beings are examples of animism in its more restrictive sense.

She is capable of freezing human beings, as well as inanimate objects.

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