private speech

private speech

Psychology A verbalized, but internal monologue that accounts for 20–60% of the remarks made by a child < age 10. See Babbling.
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The skipper of the boat, on the other hand, was called Neil Roy Macrob; and since Macrob was one of the names of Alan's clansmen, and Alan himself had sent me to that ferry, I was eager to come to private speech of Neil Roy.
Put your hand on this Bible, and say, 'I renounce all private speech and intercourse with Philip Wakem from this time forth.
He said the courts will ask if the monument is private speech or government speech.
In 2013, the state designated the rotunda as an open forum for private speech following a request to display a creche from the Illinois-based American Nativity Scene Committee.
Circuit Court of Appeals held that specialty plates are private speech, so the state had violated the First Amendment by engaging in viewpoint discrimination against the SCV.
The charity is using funds to continue to deliver private speech and language sessions for their members.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, Liberty Institute; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP; and Beaumont attorney David Starnes on behalf of the Kountze cheerleaders and their parents filed a petition asking the Supreme Court of Texas to protect the private speech rights of the cheerleaders and guarantee their right to display religious messages on run-through banners at Kountze ISD sporting events.
Anyone who respects the Constitution never would employ public office to censor private speech.
Private speech is an essential part of our cognitive process and can have a huge impact on our thoughts and overall behaviour.
Public Discourse, Private Speech, and the First Amendment

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