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Synonyms for allocution

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

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(rhetoric) a formal or authoritative address that advises or exhorts

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Le directeur de l'Ecole, Aziz El Houcine a, ensuite, prononce devant SM le Roi une allocution dans laquelle il a exprime, en son nom et en celui de l'ensemble des cadres de l'Ecole Royale, les marques de grande fierte et de joie pour la Haute sollicitude dont le Souverain a entoure cette ceremonie.
It is likely that "at least one juror would not have voted to impose the death penalty," the judge wrote, if Tiner's sister had testified about his childhood abuse, if a Nevada prison warden had testified that Tiner was trusted to use knives in a prison kitchen, and if Tiner had made a different allocution.
A 2004 allocution of Pope John Paul II on "Care for Patients in a Permanent Vegetative State" and the subsequent response and commentary by the CDF seem to present a different perspective.
Several articles comment on Pope John Paul II's 2004 allocution on artificial nutrition and hydration as basic care, and the final chapter includes two significant case studies.
In addition, a footnote reaffirms the teaching of Pope Pius XI in the 1930 encyclical Casti connubii, and the allocution of Pope Pius XII to Italian midwives of October 29th, 1951, in which contraception is unequivocally condemned.
The recent papal allocution To the International Congress on Life-Sustaining Treatment and Vegetative State.
1537) and in the Palazzo Pitti, but also in the Vienna Ecce Homo and the Prado Allocution of Alfonso d'Avalos, in which Aretino is dressed up to play a part in the narrative.
LONDON -- Moustapha Guirassy, Minister of Communication, Telecommunications and Information & Communications Technologies, and Spokesperson of the Government of Senegal, confirmed this week that he was to give an Opening Keynote Allocution at West & Central Africa Com in Dakar in June.
Dans son allocution, Messaoudi a tenu a remercier les medias pour la couverture de l'evenement.
Dans son allocution, le ministre marocain a rappele que le Royaume a opte, a la fois, pour l'aide humanitaire urgente, notamment par l'octroi de 4 millions de dollars verses, l'annee derniere, aux instances onusiennes competentes, et le soutien humanitaire permanent afin d'alleger les souffrances du peuple syrien, via la mise en place d'un hopital poly-disciplinaire dans le Royaume de la Jordanie au camp Zaatari, initie suite aux hautes instructions de SM le Roi Mohammed VI.
Le president Al Bachir a, lors de son allocution dimanche a la reunion d'urgence du conseil des ministres sur la reforme globale, ajoute que ces comites devraient contribuer au soutien a la mise en oeuvre des directives sur la reforme sur le terrain.
Lors de son allocution, le chef du gouvernement s'en est une nouvelle fois pris a plusieurs pays de l'Union europeenne (UE) qui ont denonce la repression policiere en Turquie, notamment l'Allemagne.
THE PRESUMPTION in Thomas Shannon and James Waiter's article (1) in this journal that John Paul II's March 20, 2004, allocution, "Life-Sustaining Treatments and Vegetative State," significantly altered the traditional Catholic teaching on the use of artificial nutrition and fluids requires a closer scrutiny and analysis.
The Government states in the letter that Ansaldo pleaded guilty in this matter pursuant to a plea agreement wherein Ansaldo and a number of current and former Ansaldo employees agreed to cooperate with the Government in this investigation and implicated Zinn and Besicorp during its plea allocution.
Dans son allocution, la directrice de la culture est revenue sur le parcours militant du defunt qui, pour rappel, a ete le premier wali de Tizi Ouzou avant d'occuper d'autres fonctions au sein de l'administration centrale du ministere du Travail et autres responsabilites.