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a usually formal oral communication to an audience

to talk to an audience formally

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That morning Dickon was too late to hear the lecture. When he came he was ruddy with running and his funny face looked more twinkling than usual.
"It is my friend Professor Challenger," and amid laughter he renewed his lecture as if this was a final explanation and no more need be said.
At last the lecture came to an end--I am inclined to think that it was a premature one, as the peroration was hurried and disconnected.
Will the person who called me a liar kindly stand up that I may know him?" (A voice, "Here he is, sir!" and an inoffensive little person in spectacles, struggling violently, was held up among a group of students.) "Did you venture to call me a liar?" ("No, sir, no!" shouted the accused, and disappeared like a jack-in-the-box.) "If any person in this hall dares to doubt my veracity, I shall be glad to have a few words with him after the lecture." ("Liar!") "Who said that?" (Again the inoffensive one plunging desperately, was elevated high into the air.) "If I come down among you " (General chorus of "Come, love, come!" which interrupted the proceedings for some moments, while the chairman, standing up and waving both his arms, seemed to be conducting the music.
And then he remembered that he loved her and was lost in amazement at his fortune that permitted him to love her and to take her on his arm to a lecture.
During the lecture the train had been making good progress, and towards half-past twelve it reached the northwest border of the Great Salt Lake.
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The Media Coordinator of Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur Mohammad Ibrahim Khokhar has announced that two extension lectures were held under the Department of Business Administration and the Department of Political Science respectively on Monday.
Registers will now be taken in all compulsory lectures, and any student with two or more absences will have a meeting with the welfare team.
Registers will now be taken in all compulsory lectures, and any student have a meeting with the welfare team.
Unlike other talks by foreign envoys, these lectures are supposed to go on longer and go into greater detail, with ample time for questions and answers afterwards.
There is no doubt that lectures are useful because the size of the class is large and there is direct communication of the lecturers with his audience at one time.
The lectures, which are usually staged at St George's Hall or Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, are under the stewardship of former chief constable of Merseyside Sir Jon Murphy, LJMU's Professor of Advanced Policing Studies, who took over from Lord (David) Alton of Liverpool.
On the third day of the camp, the 180 coaches of five games - cricket, hockey, football, table tennis and badminton attended the lectures of sports legends and expert trainers attentively.