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His father, Mario Cuomo, a gifted orator and thinker who was talked about as a future presidential candidate until he blinked unexpectedly at a moment when he was prepared to announce his candidacy, served three terms as governor.
Marten is a gifted and eternally optimistic orator who can spellbound audiences talking about the promise of education.
The voice of the orator peculiarly should be free from studied effects, and responsive to motive.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
Frantic applause, several times repeated, which drowned the voice of the orator.
Both of the orator's hands swung upward and outward, and he looked intently at the ceiling.
Samuel Badcock, an English divine and writer, died; admired as a pulpit orator and a man of literary talent.
Charles Montague, earl Halifax, died; an eminent English statesman, orator and poet.
Charles de la Rue, a French Jesuit, died; distinguished as an orator and poet and a professor of belles-lettres.
He was certainly an orator, and displayed in his speeches much dramatic power.
As Couthon, a Jacobin orator, was uttering deep denunciations, he became breathless with the vehemence of his passionate speech.

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