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orator

Obsolete the claimant in a cause of action in chancery
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For all their wonderful oratorial heights--Foot, his voice rising in majestic cadences, telling the Labour party conference about the pending triumph of democratic socialism, Benn heralding the imminent collapse of capitalism, Arthur Scargill banging the podium at the time of the miners strike in 1984--Socialism proved to be on the wrong side of history.
Meanwhile, sharing the same stage in Kawardha, Advani praised Bharti for her oratorial skills.
H e w a s often mocked for his scruffy appea ranc e but in his prime, he was known for sparkling oratorial skills and a commitment to traditional left-wing ideals.
They may not share the oratorial skills of Barack Obama but they need to convince us they share his dream - for change we can believe in.
However, once he is allied with tropus, he may in turn be fruitful and produce thirteen equally fertile forms of oratorial display.
Out of interest, how many of the hacks following the England circus could even name two Swedish statesmen, let alone compare their oratorial styles?
The section on the Big Meeting continues Johnson's project of explicating the oratorial, rhetorical, and spiritual gifts within African American religious ritual.