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orator

Obsolete the claimant in a cause of action in chancery
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The Public Orator was also a point of contention for critics, who found the contrivance unnecessary.
Liverpool University's Public Orator, Professor Chris Gaskell, said: "It is fitting that we should honour Professor Fischer, an international scholar who has made such a huge contribution to maritime study, in this, the Year of the Sea.
Professor Chris Gaskell, the university's Public Orator, said: ``We are delighted to be able to welcome some of the university's most noted honorary graduates back to Liverpool.
University Public Orator, Professor Chris Gaskell, said: ``As an engineer who makes things work on a big canvas, John Roberts exemplifies the contribution that members of his profession can make.
The speech, made by the university's then Public Orator, Professor F W Walbank, reads: ``In the bleak days of destruction your courage and the cheerfulness of your presence helped to confirm the resolve of those who bore the heaviest burdens.
The university's public orator, Professor Chris Gaskell, said: ``Sir David continues to be a Merseyside-based person, which is particularly fitting given his contribution to the law in this region for some 40 years.
The university's public orator Prof Chris Gaskell said: ``Sir James is a consummate diplomat who has been in strategic places at critical times.
George Herbert was probably born in Montgomery in 1593,and became the public orator at Cambridge University and worked in Latin with Francis Bacon.
Women usually played supporting roles, figuring as symbols of the nation on floats, and as behind-the-scenes organizers, but not as public orators.

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