extemporaneously


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without prior preparation

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Faraday lectured extemporaneously in Wheatstone's place, describing recent electrical inventions.
13) The plethora of extemporaneously emerging colours and morphed surfaces is evidence of how Swanson maps out events that we normally could not see during the firing process and puts them into play before our eyes.
When you have a ying to your yang and someone with whom you can speak extemporaneously and bat ideas around in a safe zone, that's an effective relationship and one where business strategy can be incubated and then further developed with others.
This article is the written text of a lecture given extemporaneously to the Military History Seminar at All Souls College, Oxford, on 30 January 2013 and on 8 February 2013 to a conference, "Navies in the War of the American Revolution," sponsored by the Societe des Cincinnati de France and the Universite Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), at l'Ecole militaire in Paris.
This year, the African & African Diaspora Studies Program's Distinguished Africana Scholars Lecture hosts two prominent speakers: Rawle Gibbons, founding Director of the Centre for Creative and Festival Arts at the University of the West Indies (UWI), and Willard Harris, aka Lord Relator, a seasoned Trinidad and Tobago calypsonian noted for imitation and his ability to sing extemporaneously - “the art of composing impromptu lyrics about any subject, at any time, without previous thought or study.
He notes that orations were in fact not recorded or copied in written form, "and it is probable that on the vast majority of occasions the preacher spoke extemporaneously, perhaps embellishing a memorized sermon, or elements thereof.
He started a sentence in one direction, but then headed off extemporaneously in another:
Speaking extemporaneously without reading notes, making eye contact;
One presenter didn't begin speaking extemporaneously (prepared but not using notes) until he had spent nearly two decades writing his speeches word-for-word.
Recited extemporaneously at solemn occasions, it is designed to be taken in as a rapid succession of verses, with no one verse standing out from the rest.
On November 29, the day after the United Nations voted to recognize the Palestinian state, Rabbi Roly Matalon of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun (BJ) in Manhattan, speaking extemporaneously during Friday night services, noted the moment's historic significance.
The Sermon was never static: He would work in local angles and news from the morning paper, and sometimes at the podium he would extemporaneously invent whole new passages and sections.
dry-docks, (292) and those that extemporaneously enter a port to address
In a presentation at the 2010 Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha conference, I extemporaneously referred to the punk sensibility of some Faulkner, citing the loud, angry, and jarring nature of Jerusalem as an example.
Speakers who had delivered their comments extemporaneously, such as astronomers Aitken and Fox, provided manuscript versions of their remarks for publication.