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inaugural

a speech made at an inauguration, esp by a president of the US
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Trump had no involvement with the [Presidential Inaugural Committee], and had no knowledge of how funds were spent.
We are hosting a three-match ODI series between Afghanistan and Ireland in December and there are also discussions on Afghanistan playing their inaugural Test at our ground after the ODI series,' Mazhar Khan, GM Sharjah cricket stadium, told reporter.
Presidents who attended the inaugural of their duly elected successor:
The fifth poet to read at an inauguration, he was the inaugural poet for Barack Obama's second inauguration.
Some consideration had been given earlier this week about moving up the time of the inaugural exercises to morning because of snow forecast for Thursday.
Even earlier the now defunct North East Provincial Council had its inaugural meeting in another public hall and it was held at the Trincomalee Urban Council Hall.
To what degree do inaugural speeches of the American Presidents contain religious elements and which are these?
According to the New York Post, sources said that the number of inaugural balls this year where the president and Michelle Obama will appear has sharply dropped from 10 to two.
Audi AG, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), has launched its inaugural issue of the first ever India edition of Audi Magazine.
CruiseCompete, a US-based travel company offering competitive cruise prices, has added a new feature to the company website, the Inaugural Cruise Specials section.
Las imagenes del "Commander-In-Chief's Inaugural Ball" en el National Building Museum, del "Midatlantic Regional Inaugural Ball" y "Home States Inaugural Ball" en el Convention Center, del "Neighborhood Inaugural Ball" y "Youth Inaugural Ball" en el Hilton (fueron diez bailes en total), realizados en Washington, DC (donde mas), el pasado martes 20 de enero, tras la ceremonia de investidura, hablan por si solas.
PRESIDENT-ELECT Barack Obama wants to end his inaugural oath with the words "so help me God" but a group of atheists is asking a US federal judge to stop him.