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ambiguous statement or question that cannot be answered in the terms asked (Have you stopped beating your wife yet?).
to bend around.
narration, leading through.
power, ability, capacity, faculty, potentiality.
rhetorical syllogism (three part deductive argument) that leads to a conclusion based on an unstated assumption (part of the argument is missing because it is assumed).
praise-and-blame, ceremonial (does not evoke controversy). Stating
character of the speaker.
discussion about the past.
change in pitch.
way of saying something.
not plain, un-clear.
logical, what is said, or style.
stripe or layer.
emotions of the audience.
Second vital part of a speech.
First vital part of a speech.
communication designed to persuade an audience to side with a particular argument or action, appeals to logos, pathos, or ethos.
three part deductive argument (major premise, minor premise, and a conclusion).
arrangement or ordering of parts of the oration.
benefit from chance which comes from rank via ancestry.