oratorial


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oratorial

(ˌɒrəˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
relating to oratory
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They explore events and themes in his life in terms of discourse and representation, race and identity, and community and struggle; how he was a model for the Black Liberation Movement, a womanist, and an intellectual and educator; his oratorial style; and community engagement aspects, including his religious and political views, his teaching at Malcolm X College in Chicago, his impact on youth street culture and the Black Student Movement, and his role in the Black Panther Party.
I cringed but I was still a proud Indian when Rajiv Gandhi, during a campaign speech, showed up his poor oratorial skills (and command over Hindi) saying, "Chaahe hum jeetein, chaahe hum losein - yane ke mera matlab hai chaahe hum harein.
Some even called him Chhote Vajpayee for his oratorial skills and political diplomacy.
But the issue on hand is not about expecting an Obamaesque oratorial finesse or histrionics of the aACAybrand Modi' variety.
Gathered around the Hungarian red, white and green tricolour their leader is in oratorial pose and appears as a youthful Sandor Petofi.
Technical knowledge necessary therein includes handling weapons, sport, chivalry games, oratorial skills (ability to speak properly and eloquently) and music skills (singing, lyre, dancing) etc.
Maybe "Frank the Bank" as he would be called in Wales, should use his language and oratorial skills to explain to "the village people" the reality of life in a civilised democracy.