In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1orador masculineoradora feminine
- At that time the name was given to the professional orators, who appeared in public with great pomp and delivered declamations either prepared beforehand or improvised on the spot.
- Public speeches by master orators were also very popular as a performing art.
- An attractive orator and accomplished trial lawyer, Edwards can now effectively compete for the nomination.
- Both were highly effective orators, but with markedly different techniques.
- In the years since, Atlas has carved a name for himself as one of the most eloquent orators on the sport.
- Instead, in the form of a symposium with other orators, he elaborates on the qualities of an effective speaker and an effective speech.
- Chief Seattle, a Suquamish Indian who lived on the Puget Sound outside the city that bears his name, was a skilled diplomat and a great orator.
- Lecturing to the packed Images Theatre and in a subsequent on-stage interview with the Peak, he showed himself to be a skilled orator as he challenged prevailing ideology.
- James Dillon in his heyday was about the only orator of modern times to match such eloquence.
- Lincoln was a skilled orator, brilliant at fashioning American constitutionalism into a rhetorical sword that could save the Union.
- He was a skilled orator and yet a three-hour speech (not uncommon) left his listeners with memories of just a few sentences.
- Those French orators engaged in the real matters of public concern address the king and the great nobles either from the pulpit or in parliament.
- The miniature was a gift from the forty-year-old artist to her famous and frequent client, the orator and public servant Daniel Webster.
- The prophet is a speaker, an orator, a preacher.
- A great orator and man of the theatre, Jimmy won many awards in drama festivals during the fifties and sixties, winning the best actor award on more than one occasion.
- At the UN, it doesn't matter whether you speak only French and the orator is waxing eloquent in Chinese.
- It is not because one had awful speakers and the other superb orators.
- They were skilled orators, inspired and inspiring interpreters of scripture, and miracle workers.
- The eloquent orator far prefers to work from a few scribbled notes rather than stick to a pre-prepared speech.
- One of the Democratic Party's greatest orators argued, ‘We are not for propagating philanthropy at the point of the bayonet.’
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