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an academic exercise or contest in public speaking
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Shortly after which oration, as they were going on a nuptial trip to Lyons, in order that Mr.
Such in its strictly official eloquence is the form of funeral orations on ships that, perhaps wearied with a long struggle, or in some unguarded moment that may come to the readiest of us, had let themselves be overwhelmed by a sudden blow from the enemy.
He made heroic endeavors to keep on his legs, denounce his sister and consume a bit of orange peeling which he chewed between the times of his infantile orations.
This language and culture in its entirety, along with the art of oration need to be preserved and nurtured against the face of extinction.
In his oration on the occasion, he said we should perform Hajj rituals keeping in view the teachings of Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him).
14 June 2017 - California, US-based cloud-based web services provider to the health care industry PokitDok has acquired the pharmacy and software assets of California, US-based prescription saving services provider Oration PBC to expand healthcare enterprise business offerings, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 14, 2017-PokitDok Acquires Pharmacy, Software Assets of Prescription Saving Services Provider Oration
During his 2016 Charles Todd Oration recently, Vodafone Hutchison Australia CEO Inaki Berroeta announced that Vodafone plans to provide fixed broadband over the National Broadband Network (NBN) by late 2017.
Such debates create leadership traits, originate the principles of constructive dialogue based on argument-versus-argument and the acceptance of one's opinion and another's opinion as well as learn enlightened speechmaking and oration," she added.
As Rubin's vision of a united Europe deteriorated, Robert Boole's 1945 oration rejected the "totalitarian, purely negative, non-economic society of unfreedom and inequality" endemic to the USSR.
These include the centenary of the burial of the Fenian, Jerimiah O'Donovan Rossa, at Glasnevin cemetery on August 1, 1915 which is most famous for Patrick Pearse's graveside oration where he stated "the fools, the fools, the fools
Best known for the graveside oration by Padraig Pearse, the Fenian's burial on August 1, 1915, is widely regarded as a rallying cry for republicanism and armed struggle against British rule in Ireland.