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It has occurred to me that the orator, at these Celebration of Life Services, would find, on possibly rare occasions, that he had been left with little to perorate about.
Foreign airline companies like Thai Airways, Eva Air, China Airlines and Air China through a special perorate agreement named Star Air as a partner to transport their passengers in Indonesia.
Rodolfo Antonino to hijack most of the proceedings and perorate endlessly on how Antonino's right of reply bill was not considered by the committee's Technical Working Group (TWG) led by FOI proponent Rep.
The author plays the part of a doddering pedant who perorates on principles of social propriety for his captive audience of one, thought to be Della Casa's young nephew Annibale Rucellai.