Yes, I have been to half a dozen of their meetings, but that doesn't make me a socialist any more than hearing Charley Hapgood orate
made me a Republican."
"We pity the victims of this accident," Orate
added, noting that two children are among the dead.
At one point he gets up in London's Hyde Park - with its famous "speaker's corner" - to orate
about space aliens and possession.
Sole sister energy gathered on UCLA's campus in February, as four generations of women descended for three days to keynote, orate
, panelize, perform, and give voice to tap dancing women.
This shows more than anything else his modesty and grea= t love for Israel." Margolis said that Trahtman had previously, in his doct= orate
, "solved problems that mathematicians around the world could not solv= e."
Johnson, as well as King, all had to do much more than orate
to accomplish their goals.
True, Mr Darling doesn't orate
about "enterprise" and 18 per cent is better than the 40 per cent entrepreneurs faced pre-Brown.
The resolution also urges the Commission to set up a system for gauging the impact of EU policies on territorial cohesion, in association with ORATE
, the European network observatory on town and country planning.
But after listening to them orate
I responded like a journalist: disbelieving half of what they said and having grave doubts about the other half.
This contract demonstrates the wider capabilities of Teacrate (already well known for renting and selling orates
for office and commercial mores), which include specialist orate
contracts for the bakery, poultry and produce industries.