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Speech board (noun)

a flat, cut piece of wood; plank.

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Speech log (noun)

a large, thick piece of a tree that has been cut down and is ready for sawing, burning, or building.

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Speech machine (noun)

a device with a system of parts that work together to perform a task.

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Speech move (verb)

to change the location of one's home.

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Speech sawmill (noun)

a building in which logs are cut into lumber.

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Speech technology (noun)

a field of knowledge having to do with the practical applications of science and industry, or the inventions and methods of solving problems that are produced through research in these areas.

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Speech tool (noun)

any instrument, thing, or activity that helps to get something done.