prepared speech

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All these people met, after the performance, in the foyer of the ballet, where Sorelli waited for the arrival of the retiring managers with a glass of champagne in her hand and a little prepared speech at the tip of her tongue.
In an invitation-only event in London, the red-faced Prime Minister cast aside his prepared speech.
The pope hugged her and later put aside most of his own prepared speech to respond.
The pope enfolded her in his arms, and discarded his prepared speech as he reverted to his native Spanish to deliver an impromptu and heartfelt response.
In a prepared speech, the head of the central bank said that the nation faced 'irreparable' damages if the current political crisis in the nation was allowed to go unchecked.
Bank of England (BoE) deputy governor Ben Broadbent, speaking on the same panel, said in a prepared speech that slow wage growth is not certain to pick up soon in Britain, despite signs of skills shortages.
In his prepared speech, the Hollywood A-list actor lamented that his son is afflicted by his same curse but like any success story Downey made a comeback and made box office hits like "Avengers" and "Iron Man.
He delivered a prepared speech and detailed a list of regional services, noting how much Cambridge pays and how much it uses.
The contestants participated in Table Topic and Prepared Speech contest for three positions each.
David Cameron gabbled through a prepared speech as if he wished he were somewhere else.
I was not here to give a perfectly prepared speech.
Antony deviated from his prepared speech at a Defence Research and Development Organisation ( DRDO) award function asking the scientists to put together all the resources under their command to give the LCA to the nation next year and promised to back the effort with full support of any kind.