Ron Nafaji CEO of NovaBay gave the keynote speach
at the ASF Inaugural Annual gala at The Ocean Institute.
In his speach
Chairman Thomas Orbos of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) pleaded for a weeklong extension of screenings in cinemas, especially of movies performing poorly in the box-office.
Abraham Fraunce had illustrated prosopopoeia as 'a fayning of any person, when in our speach
we represent the person of anie, and make it speake as though he were there present', (50) and said that 'the perfect prosopopoeia is, when the whole speach
of anie person is fully and lively represented'.
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Whylest thus he talkt, the knight with greedy eare Hong still vpon his melting mouth attent; Whose sensefull words empierst his hart so neare, That he was rapt with double rauishment, Both of his speach
that wrought him great content, And also of the obiect of his vew, On which his hungry eye was alwayes bent; That twixt his pleasing tongue, and her faire hew, He lost himselfe, and like one halfe entraunced grew.
John Owen The stiffling of free speach
is so wrong.
The national flag was unfurled by Lukose K Chacko who also gave a speach
on the occasion.
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The US representative echoed that statement saying in his speach
that "no deal is better than a bad deal."
But Kitzhaber proceeded with a victory speach
in which he spoke of the "difficult campaign" and spoke of the need for "healing" among Oregonians.
If anybody had told me a few years ago I would be doing this I would have been unbelieving IAN PAISLEY AFTER AGREEING TO POWER-SHARING GOVERNMENT I believe Northern Ireland has come to a time of peace, when hate will no longer rule IAN PAISLEY INAUGRAL SPEACH
AS FIRST MINISTER
Ali Faysal of the DFLP make a speach
at their behest following a wreath-laying ceremony attended by Palestinian/Lebanese party representatives and ordinary people from various refugee camps.