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is recorded as an extraordinary figure in world history because of his uncanny oratorical abilities, and the great fortitude he demonstrated in championing the cause of civil rights and making the case for the improvement of the working condition of American of all walks of life.
A total of 56 elementary and high school students from public and private schools in the province joined the ASEAN Oratorical and Essay Writing Contests conducted at SSC on December 1, 2017.
June 15 ( ANI ) :Donald Trump is known to be the butt of jokes for many impersonators, and recently, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was seen impersonating the US President's unique oratorical style.
We should know by now that such theatrical bombast is part of the President's oratorical repertoire,' Recto said in a statement.
Stuart Roebuck was universally loved and his oratorical gifts meant he always enjoyed a popular following whenever he delivered one of his many public speeches.
They mocked her oratorical performances, her competences, her experience, etc.
Viviano is a summa cum laude graduate of Queens College of the City University of New York, holds a Master's degree in American Government from Harvard University, and received a Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law where she was awarded with top honors for her oratorical skills.
Kirsty Williams 6/10 The Lib Dem leader took Mr Jones to task on education, turning towards him as if fighting an oratorical duel.
Omani students were lauded by the judging panel for their exceptional oratorical skills.
He praised the students for their oratorical skills and advised them to follow the path of tolerance, which was ultimately one of peace.
Or could that be just an (empty) oratorical gesture from the Tories in a bid to reclaim some lost ground from the likes of Ukip and give something for the new Labour leader to chew on at the same time?
in Australia, this volume focuses on the description of ancient education in the Bible and argues that the divisions in 1 Corinthians 1-4 are between followers of Paul and followers of Apollos in Corinth and that members of the Apollos group favored their teacher over Paul due to misconceptions over the wisdom and content of the Christian message, confusion over the status of the ochosen ones,o false expectations over the rhetorical style of the Christian teacher, disdain at Paul's refusal to use contemporary oratorical methods in his preaching, and a false understanding of what determined the quality and character of the omature ones.