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Substance of the speeches delivered by some members of the Faculty of Advocates
|Contributions||Faculty of Advocates (Edinburgh, Scotland)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
University of East Anglia Mexico expedition 1987
Lotha phonetic reader
The National League
Student field work in public assistance
Racial and ethnic politics
Geothermal reconnaissance of the Somalian north region area (Hargeiza, Berbera, Bosaso)
Computer equipment distributors.
Campbell County, Georgia, wills
C.M.S. Niger Mission
exploration of some girl school leavers expectations of their lives, using the Kelly grid.
Medical equipment, Australia
Christians and war
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is the presentation of a carefully planned and rehearsed speech, spoken in a conversational manner using brief notes. By using notes rather than a full manuscript, the extemporaneous speaker can establish and maintain eye contact.
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