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ORATOR, practice. A good man, skillful in speaking well, and who employs a perfect eloquence to defend causes either public or private. Dupin, Profession d'Avocat, tom. 1, p. 19..
     2. In chancery, the party who files a bill calls himself in those pleadings your orator. Among the Romans, advocates were called orators. Code, 1, 8, 33, 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=1043 Need of integrating a professional as well as functional platform during oration is pushing the adoption of lecterns.
We are relay happy that our efforts like training of hepatobiliary surgery to Gyan Burman Orations has contributed not just Indian liver research but also various nations across the globe.
'Our US distributor (Oration) told us that our film is still fairly new, if you take into consideration the lifespan of movies abroad,' he explained.
14 June 2017 - California, US-based cloud-based web services provider to the health care industry PokitDok has acquired the pharmacy and software assets of California, US-based prescription saving services provider Oration PBC to expand healthcare enterprise business offerings, the company said.
Such debates create leadership traits, originate the principles of constructive dialogue based on argument-versus-argument and the acceptance of one's opinion and another's opinion as well as learn enlightened speechmaking and oration," she added.
"The compromise," Rubin pleaded, "must consist of taking the best elements from each of the two forms and welding them into one." As Rubin's vision of a united Europe deteriorated, Robert Boole's 1945 oration rejected the "totalitarian, purely negative, non-economic society of unfreedom and inequality" endemic to the USSR.
These include the centenary of the burial of the Fenian, Jerimiah O'Donovan Rossa, at Glasnevin cemetery on August 1, 1915 which is most famous for Patrick Pearse's graveside oration where he stated "the fools, the fools, the fools!--They have left us our Fenian dead, and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace." The emergence of Pearse as a leading figure in the advanced nationalist cause marked the beginning of a radicalization of Irish politics that would culminate with the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916.
Best known for the graveside oration by Padraig Pearse, the Fenian's burial on August 1, 1915, is widely regarded as a rallying cry for republicanism and armed struggle against British rule in Ireland.
In addition to teaching and giving lectures, the Travelling Fellow gives an oration at COSECSA's Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference.
A terrific range of keynote speakers, a very memorable Stanhope Oration (those who were in Melbourne last year will remember Barry Jones OA and Roy Stanhope's extended family present for the Oration), well over 100 excellent workshops, and a very memorable Conference banquet.
El AOUINA (TAP) - The army and the national security forces will continue their fight against terrorism despite all the threats they are facing, Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki said, on Thursday, during the funeral oration in tribute to the four soldiers martyred, on Wednesday, in a landmine blast in Ouergha mount in El Kef.
Verghese Kurien Memorial Oration award has been instituted by ICAR-NDRI in memory of Dr.