At his speech at McCormick Place in Chicago, one could see that the job had aged him, as it does every president, but he was in good form, and when he's in good form there is no political speechmaker
in America who can match him.
On the contrary, they are the kind of speeches that are made by ordinary men and women at extraordinary moments -- the kind of speeches that remain hidden in the hearts of both listener and speechmaker
This magazine explained that Jefferson's poor ability as a speechmaker
led him to abandon the practice of delivering the message in person.
As one speechmaker
noted, 'Pride is a protest' and the more sombre march seemed to reect that.
The Olympiad included the following nominations: The Best Composition, Young Reciter, Young Speechmaker
, oral examination in Russian language, oral exam in history of Russia and Russian culture.
However, no one could accuse a speechmaker
of being rude for speaking too long," GE[micro]nE-ltaE- added.
If that is his strategy, does Barack Obama, the great speechmaker
, have what it takes to build the necessary relationships behind the scenes?
Reading political newspapers transforms La Tribuna and turns her into a speechmaker
and avid defender of the Republic .
Another prominent speechmaker
in this vein was George Julian Harney, who had worked for a time in the Poor Man's Guardian office, adopted some of O'Brien's ideas, helped to establish the East London Democratic Association, and served as a delegate to several national Chartist bodies.
Prendergast was again the speechmaker
when the Women Bookbinders and Stationery Employees Association presented her with "a handsome bag and gold bracelet" at a May 1911 social attended by more than 500 people.
While the United States' westward expansion to the Pacific and then to Japan was achieved largely by "Old Rough and Ready" Zachary Taylor's victories in the US aggressive invasion of Mexico (1848) and by Commodore Matthew Perry's black gunboats anchored in Japan's Tokyo Bay (1853-54), our speechmaker
presents this globalization of Manifest Destiny as a tranquil unfolding (to the "gentle breezes of the peaceful sea," i.
And the speechmaker
can always assert the existence of unforeseen and unintended consequences.