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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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Dans son allocution, il a transmis plusieurs messages aux bases du mouvement Ennahdha, dont la necessite de sensibiliser la femme et la jeunesse et d'apporter une nouvelle vision ideologique et politique au sein de ce parti, ainsi que l'examen des dossiers relatifs au developpement.
Dans une allocution de circonstance, Ahmed Hosni, directeur du festival, a promis d'en assurer la perennite et de le mettre au service d'un cinema de haute qualite, un cinema qui eduque, divertit et reflete la richesse culturelle de la Mediterranee .
Our intent was not to assess the magisterial authority of John Paul II's allocution of March 2004 as our colleagues claim; we had already done that in two previous articles.
Nevertheless, we submit that the allocution achieved a level of publicity that was significant.
Because of that we continue to think that the content of the allocution and other documents of the past 25 years need to be addressed, particularly in the light of prior developments that we articulated.
These shifts are not all found in the allocution, although Pope John Paul may very well have assumed many of them in what he said about ANH.
Traditionally, allocutions are given to a variety of groups that meet in Rome, but they have not always been seen as the locus for announcing a major policy shift.
The recent papal allocution To the International Congress on Life-Sustaining Treatment and Vegetative State.
What is interesting about this papal allocution is that it seems to represent a significant departure from the Roman Catholic bioethical tradition with respect to both the method and the basis upon which such decisions are made.
Dans leurs allocutions respectives, Houcine Abassi (UGTT), Mohamed Fadhel Ben Mahfoudh (ONAT), Abdessattar Ben Moussa (LTDH) et Wided Bouchamaoui (UTICA) ont affirme que le Prix Nobel de la paix est un hommage a la revolution tunisienne et une inspiration pour tous les peuples du monde les incitant a revendiquer leurs droits legitimes.
Dans son allocution a l'ouverture de la ceremonie, la presidente du comite Nobel norvegien, Kaci Kullmann Five a estime que le Quartet a merite le Prix Nobel de la paix pour sa contribution a l'instauration d'une democratie pluraliste en Tunisie, rappelant que ce Prix est un testament d'Alfred Nobel qui avait plaide pour le desarmement et la paix.