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The humorous poem was admirably recited, and the speaker much applauded.
She recited her little piece very well, though somewhat mechanically.
Felicity followed her and recited her selection without haste, without rest, and absolutely without any expression whatever.
The only time she had recited it had been at the "dress rehearsal" two nights before, at which Sara Ray had not been present.
And was he modestly desirous of hearing it recited, without showing himself?
At the age of five the boy recited, with fine effect, passages of English poetry to the visitors at the Allan house.
Circuit Court of Appeals found the Pledge, with its nod to "under God," to be an unconstitutional religious exercise when recited in the public schools.
By the time we had recited one Rosary, the doctors had managed to bring her husband back to life and stabilize his heartbeat.
The mushaira was arranged by the Department of Urdu Language and Literature of NUML under the auspices of renowned poet and writer, Iftikhar Arif in which a galaxy of local poets recited their poetry and kalam.
KARACHI, August 15, 2011 (Frontier Star): The youth of Karachi claim that it broke the world record of reciting national anthem together as thousand of young men recited national anthem on 64th Independence Day at Defence Stadium Karachi.
Americans recited the Pledge without "under God" from the time it was first written in 1892 until 1954, carrying the nation through two world wars and several smaller ones.
Eisenhower signed the act, which placed "under God" within the Pledge, he announced that, "From this day forward, the millions of our school children will daily proclaim in every city and town, every village and rural schoolhouse, the dedication of our Nation and our people to the Almighty." The 9th Circuit ruling in Newdow, it should be noted, would not bar the pre-Eisenhower Pledge from being recited by public school students.