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1, She excels as a orator.
2, The orator delivered his speech effectively.
3, The orator set the audience on fire.
4, The orator gestured vigorously while speaking.
5, Lenin was the great orator of the Russian Revolution.
6, The orator talked for hours together.
7, King was a great orator and an inspiring leader.
8, He excels as an orator.
9, He is a marvellous orator.
10, Ogilvy had a reputation as a great orator.
11, Once a fine orator, he hardly spoke now.
12, Yet what alternative was there for a female orator?
13, He knows he is no orator, and he is up against a president who could charm a loan from a thief.
14, He was the soapbox orator who could quote Virgil or Shakespeare to give dignity to a bitter grudge.
15, Keyes is a fiery orator who built his campaign around his anti-abortion stand.
16, Aristotle once recommended to the would-be polemical orator that paradox could be effective.
17, On the other hand Osman was a practised orator and knew what he was doing.
18, His argumentative gifts as a popular orator attracted crowds willing to pay a penny or two to hear him.
19, But Michael Foot was a formidable orator and on occasions he could coin a phrase which captured the mood perfectly.
20, Why is the fugitive slave, the fiery orator, the political activist,[http://sentencedict.com/orator.html] the abolitionist always represented as a black man?
21, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a fiery orator and champion of the poor won the election in a landslide.
22, Babbitt promised to become a recognized orator.
23, Words have a magical power. They can bring either the greatest happiness or deepestdespair; can transferknowledge from teacher to students words enable the orator to sway his audience and dictate its decisions .Words are capable of arousingthe strongest emotions and prompting all man's actions , Do not ridicule the use of words in psychotherapy.
24, He was so eloquent that he cut down the finest orator.
25, Such avoidance, whenever possible without straining, would be second nature to an orator of the generation after Isokrates.
26, A sort of Dandy Dinmont, head cocked, sprouts like an orator.
27, His minders were angry with us when we said and wrote that he is no great orator.
28, He enters freely into public debate from his close attention to most subjects, but he is no Orator.
29, As a politician there is nothing remarkable in him, nor has he any of the graces of the Orator.
30, He has none of the talents requisite for the Orator, but in public debate is confused and irregular.
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