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public speaker

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a public speaker

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Britain has produced some of the finest orators in history, including wartime Prime Minister Churchill.
Gracchus, despite his great value as an orator, is included by Cicero within the turbulenti is clearly seen in Dio Kassios' judgment, who characterizes him like-minded with his brother, but, unlike him, naturally turbulent and crafty.
All modern democracies are founded on a similar faith in the ability of orators to articulate significant arguments and of citizens to hear rational public debate and discern the truth.
The present characters are real and historical: Curiatius Maternus, (4) brilliant orator, poet, tragedy graph, Marcus Aper (5) and Iulius Secundus, (6) talented lawyers and admirers of eloquence, Vipstanus Messalla, (7) a cultivated noble, partisan of literary and social circles already consecrated.
Mohyeddin is well known for his solo performances as an orator.
Given that the 83-rated favourite, having his fourth start, finished a close third that day, it looks as though Namibian Orator has been let in lightly with a mark of 87 for his handicap debut.
The title is a reference to Barack Obama, whose remarkable rise to the Presidency is partly due to his exceptional skill as an orator.
Victor Hugo's work as an orator has not received much critical attention, despite the fact that he participated actively in politics and delivered numerous speeches before political assemblies over the course of his career.
She stresses that Alberti structured his treatise as an exacting analysis of the pictorial image from the point of view of the spectator, discriminating between what was represented and how, much as an orator had to distinguish what to say from how to say it.
Whether we agree with his views or not, there was no questioning his absolute integrity, his intellectual rigour as a Parliamentary orator.
Joining Ailsa and Humphrey on their journey through the past is the Public Orator, a shadowy figure who guides their story and gives it meaning.
Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, statesman and orator Daniel Webster, and the explorers Lewis and Clark.
Those of us who know nineteenth-century baseball history well can still learn a lot from Orator O'Rourke, but inevitably Roer covers a good deal of familiar ground.
history, in the late 1800s, when a freethought orator like Robert G.
More time was dedicated to Mark Elder orator than the actual music.