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extemporaneous

, extemporary
spoken, performed, etc., without planning or preparation; impromptu; extempore
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Woerdenbag, "Quality by design approach for optimizing the formulation and physical properties of extemporaneously prepared orodispersible films," International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol.
She spoke of congested highways as an impediment to economic growth in Oregon, adding extemporaneously, "The Legislature cannot go home until we get this done, and I'm not gonna let them.
Introverts, however, do need to prepare and practice a public speech, whereas extraverts can thrive at speaking extemporaneously, even without full knowledge of the subject matter.
He does have to answer regularly and extemporaneously to the opposition.
Prospective volunteers must enjoy teaching, speaking extemporaneously and encouraging others to set and achieve goals.
Whitefield also performed marriages, baptisms, and funerals, and though he may have preached extemporaneously on these occasions, he used the prayer book's liturgies too.
Lincoln had to parry these attacks in a state with substantial numbers of openly racist voters as best he could manage extemporaneously.
The same is true for mortality data: the UN figure inevitably cited by news organizations is 300,000, offered by John Holmes, head of UN humanitarian operations; the figure was calculated extemporaneously during a press interview in April 2008--more than six years ago.
Businesspeople often mistakenly assume that because they know their company and industry so well, they can handle the pressure to extemporaneously answer questions with confidence and authenticity.
Faraday lectured extemporaneously in Wheatstone's place, describing recent electrical inventions.
13) The plethora of extemporaneously emerging colours and morphed surfaces is evidence of how Swanson maps out events that we normally could not see during the firing process and puts them into play before our eyes.