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inaugural

a speech made at an inauguration, esp by a president of the US
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Graham's inaugural experience began with his attendance at President Eisenhower's swearing-in ceremony in 1953, although he did not participate in a presidential inauguration until he preached an inaugural day sermon for President Lyndon Johnson in 1965.
Bush - before offering prayers at the incoming administration's inaugural ceremonies the next day.
Source: Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
Twenty of the first thirty inaugurals refer to the cooperation with Congress theme but only six of the last twenty-two inaugurals refer to it (for a total of 50 percent).
The portrait of the United States that emerges from twentieth-century inaugurals is of a nation that fights for peace, respects the rights and cultures of other nations, and has been forced to play a more active international role by circumstances beyond its control.
Expanding on the unique inaugural connection, the attraction's web site (www.
He offers tour packages that include concerts on a stage built around a 60-foot-long American Flag float used in three Inaugural Parades.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Rich Little, "The Maestro of Impressions," will be the Master of Ceremony at the Constitution Inaugural Ball in Washington DC, on Jan.
Everyone attending the Inaugural will not only hear "the Presidential voices" but will actually "see the Presidents appear right before their very eyes.
Inaugurals are always more low-key leading into the second term unless there's some crisis, like Lincoln's second inaugural, during a war or an economic crisis,'' he said.
The first Democratic president in a half-century to win a second term will be sworn in Monday, with an inaugural celebration less exuberant than he might have hoped.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Although it is very traditional in design, with black engraved script and a gold Presidential seal, for the first time in history, every component included in the Inaugural Invitation package has been printed on recycled paper.