extemporaneous


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extemporaneous

, extemporary
spoken, performed, etc., without planning or preparation; impromptu; extempore
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David Kumbroch of Collierville High School won the national championship in the International Extemporaneous Speaking event at the Lincoln Financial Group([R])/National Forensic League National Speech Tournament in Wichita, Kansas last week.
An extemporaneous tour guiding in English among students from colleges offering tourism courses will also be on September 22.
He said in jest there would be no expletives, for which Duterte had been previously criticized during his extemporaneous speeches.
Novice extemporaneous speaking: Dan Hung, first; Brendan Hastings, sixth.
First-year competitor Ben Hunter took second in senior humorous interpretation, Raack won the senior dramatic interpretation, and Meyers won the senior extemporaneous speaking.
In a nutshell: The ostensibly zany, behind-the-scenes stuff isn't funny; the family stuff is bland; only her extemporaneous bits with her show's guests amuse.
Alex Stephenson of Eagan High School won the national championship in the United States Extemporaneous Speaking category at the Lincoln Financial Group([R])/National Forensic League National Speech Tournament in Wichita, Kansas last week.
Arnel Ferrer public safety officer of the PDRRMO on the other hand said that other activities conducted in line with the NDCM celebration by the provincial government were hanging of streamers, land mobile compliance training, DRR/CCA summit and extemporaneous speaking contest.
Dominic Child Learning Center in Cordova (second) and Rodamee Otadoy of Consolacion National High School (third); College Quiz Bowl - Southwestern University (first), University of the Visayas-Main Campus (second) and Cebu Normal University (third); College on-the-spot painting contest - Rhea Kristine Elnar of University of San Carlos (first), Jay Ann Cortes of USC (second) and Jestoni Septimo of SWU (third); Extemporaneous Speaking Contest ("What can you do to make public officials work together for Mega Cebu) - Compostela Science and Technology High School (first), Talisay City Science High School (second) and Cebu City National Science High School (third).
Winners included: Lincoln/Douglas debating, Matthew Cloutier of Rhode Island; Lincoln-Douglas speaking, Rachel Armstrong of Massachusetts; apologetics, Taylor Gieg of Pennsylvania; dramatic interpretation, Hannah Weekley; duo interpretation, Hannah Weekley and Sarah Fiore; expository, Daniel Lewis of Massachusetts; extemporaneous, Rachel Armstrong, Massachusetts; humorous, Micah Edelblut of New Hampshire; impromptu, Josiah Weekley of Connecticut; open interpretation, Andrew Cass of New Hampshire; original oratory, Andrew Cass; persuasive oratory, Rachel Armstrong of Massachusetts; team policy, Evans Foster of New York and Daniel Lewis of Massachusetts; team policy speakers, Christopher Anderson of Pennsylvania and sweepstakes, Ariel Wolf of Massachusetts.
But then, the pioneers of the 1880s didn't have to contend with camera crews stalking their every move, forcing them to perform or deliver extemporaneous bon mots.
The students are Robert Raack, oratory and dual interpretation; Matt Stewart, humorous interpretation; Nick Meyers, Lincoln Douglas debate and extemporaneous speaking; Terry Hatch and Billy Hatch, policy debate; and Evan Farr, humorous interpretation.