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BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
PUBLIC SPEAKER
RULES
TELEPHONE
CONSULTANT
BUSINESS
DAVID BRIN
SCIENTIST
SENATORS
DEMOCRATS
ADVOCATE
VOCABULARY
RETIREMENT
MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER
SPORT
GOVERNOR
TOPIC
MAIN SPEAKER
MEETING
OFFICE
PREFERENCE
NORTHERN IRELAND
PHILOSOPHER
SCHOLAR
LOWER HOUSE
CONSTITUENCY
SUBJECT
POET
JOURNALIST
LECTURES
NEIGHBORS
ROUTES
MICROPHONE
AUDIO
MINISTER
POSITION
CONGRESS
VOTE
POLITICIAN
LABOUR PARTY
SCHEDULE
HIRE
TALKING
AUDIENCE
MEMBERS
TEACHER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Speaker"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Speaker is Chairman of the House of Commons Commission, which oversees the running of the House, and controls debates by calling on Members to speak. (Web site)
  2. The Speaker is elected by the assembly and is the first official to be elected in the first sitting of the Legislative Assembly following an election. (Web site)
  3. The Speaker is assisted by a Deputy Speaker, who also holds the title of Chair of Committees of the Whole. (Web site)
  4. The Speaker is responsible for ensuring that members of all parties have an opportunity to be heard. (Web site)
  5. The Speaker is assisted by three Deputy Speakers, the most senior of which holds the title of Chairman of Ways and Means.

Best-Selling Author

  1. Stedman Graham, the businessman, public speaker, "New York Times" best-selling author. (Web site)

Public Speaker

  1. Description: Wayne Besen is an author, activist, columnist and public speaker.
  2. The wife of Tim LaHaye, She too has been a public speaker for Moon functions. (Web site)
  3. Joseph Bailey is a psychologist, consultant and public speaker.

Rules

  1. The Speaker may also discipline members who fail to observe the rules of the House. (Web site)
  2. Every speaker of a language has in their head a set of rules[ 1] for using that language.

Telephone

  1. Call announcements can go through the handset or the telephone speaker.
  2. The radio signal transmitted by the device can then correspond to the sound received by the microphone from the telephone speaker. (Web site)
  3. At that time, telephones had the mouthpiece built in, while the speaker was connected to the telephone by a flex.

Consultant

  1. Don Tapscott is a speaker, author and consultant based in Toronto, specializing in business strategy and organizational transformation.
  2. Richard Thieme is a professional speaker, consultant, and writer focused on the impact of computer technology on individuals and organizations.
  3. C. Andrew Nelson is an award winning actor, artist, writer, consultant and motivational speaker. (Web site)

Business

  1. Doc Searls is a writer, speaker and consultant on topics that arise where technology and business meet. (Web site)
  2. Morton Marcus is an economist, writer, and speaker formerly with the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
  3. MORTON MARCUS is an economist, author and speaker, formerly with the Indiana University Kelley School of Business.

David Brin

  1. As a speaker, David Brin shares unique insights -- serious and humorous -- about ways that changing technology may affect our future lives.

Scientist

  1. Thomas D. Jones, PhD is a veteran NASA astronaut, scientist, speaker, author, and consultant.
  2. David Brin is a scientist, public speaker, and author.

Senators

  1. The appointment of Senators and the Speaker of the Senate also falls under the Royal Prerogative.
  2. The lieutenant governor or speaker normally serves as chair, but other senators also may preside.
  3. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) shrugged off the fuss, noting that "senators come to our floor all the time.

Democrats

  1. Fortunately The Madam who is speaker of the house (see Parliament of Whores) says the Democrats are not in crisis.

Advocate

  1. Reeve, Dana, 44, actress, singer, author, motivational speaker, advocate; lung cancer (March 6, 2006). (Web site)
  2. Hall became a speaker on campuses and talk shows as an advocate for socialism in the United States. (Web site)
  3. Mia Abagale Tallarico (born December 22, 1978) is an American plus-size model, actress, advocate, public speaker, and producer. (Web site)

Vocabulary

  1. Verify meanings with a native speaker or a good dictionary before incorporating these cognates into your vocabulary. (Web site)

Retirement

  1. Since her retirement from speed skating, Bonnie Blair has made her living as a motivational speaker. (Web site)

Motivational Speaker

  1. Bill Walsh was also the author of two books, a motivational speaker, and taught classes at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
  2. Bob Paris, a former Mr. Universe, is a gay activist and motivational speaker of international renown and the author of six books. (Web site)
  3. HAVERFORD -- Pat Croce, former Philadelphia 76ers president, motivational speaker and author, has taken another step in building Pat Croce & Co.

Sport

  1. Dwight Clark is a motivational speaker who has a connection with the sport of football.
  2. Leon Taylor is a fun, highly motivated and confident speaker who has achieved success at the highest level in his chosen sport of diving.

Governor

  1. Jody Richards - Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives; unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky in 2003. (Web site)

Topic

  1. The speaker of the Mahabharata, Vaisampayana, started explaining the topic to Janmejaya in the Bhisma Parva, with the following words. (Web site)
  2. Bill Walsh Get any speaker, about any topic, anytime.
  3. According to John C. Maxwell, author of 24 books and a regular speaker on the topic, it's the "character qualities" they possess.

Main Speaker

  1. The main speaker will be Brigitte Hamann, author of a biography on Bertha von Suttner.

Meeting

  1. The deputy speaker of parliament, Hassan Khareisha, said that a meeting of senior Palestinian officials was told that Mr Arafat could die very soon.
  2. At a meeting of the Party in Munich in September 1919, the main speaker was Gottfried Feder.
  3. Ironically, the speaker's "meeting" with these marks represents the experience closest to a human encounter that the poem will offer the speaker.

Office

  1. The first "Speaker" of the House of Commons was Sir Thomas Hungerford, who took office in 1376.
  2. When National won office in the 1990 elections, Grey was made Speaker of the House of Representatives. (Web site)
  3. In mid-July, however, he announced an intent to seek the office of Speaker upon the retirement of Jonathan Hunt.

Preference

  1. For each newly received or replacement feasible route, the local BGP speaker shall determine a degree of preference. (Web site)
  2. A BGP speaker uses it to inform its other internal peers of the advertising speaker's degree of preference for an advertised route. (Web site)

Northern Ireland

  1. Stormont House served as the official residence of the Speaker of the House of Commons of Northern Ireland between 1921 and 1972.

Philosopher

  1. Alan Watts (1915-1973) was a philosopher, writer, and speaker. (Web site)

Scholar

  1. The speaker, Joel Kovel is a well-known Jewish activist, scholar and writer on the Middle East.

Lower House

  1. The Senate President is the head of the Upper House; while the Lower House is led by the Speaker. (Web site)
  2. Nemtsov himself was elected to the State Duma, or lower house of Parliament, and consequently became its Deputy Speaker in February 2000. (Web site)
  3. They are Shivraj Patil, a former speaker of the lower house, and PM Sayeed, a senior politician from tiny Lakshwadeep island.

Constituency

  1. By convention, a Speaker seeking re-election to parliament is not opposed in his or her constituency by any of the major parties. (Web site)
  2. Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee will also have to look for a new constituency.

Subject

  1. Charles Cahan was a guest speaker at the Canadian Club of Ottawa in 1939 on the subject of Pan-American relations (see link below). (Web site)

Poet

  1. Magdalen Hsu-Li is an Asian-American music artist, painter, poet, and speaker. (Web site)
  2. LESBIANATION.COM: "Magdalen Hsu-li is an accomplished live performer, pianist, painter, lecturer, educator, feminist, poet, and public speaker.

Journalist

  1. Evan Rosen is an American author, speaker, business strategist, blogger, and journalist. (Web site)
  2. Dogo Barry Graham, the guest speaker at the March 22 event, is a novelist, poet, screenwriter, journalist and Zen teacher. (Web site)
  3. Andrew Mwenda [is] a journalist and social critic (read troublemaker – my kind of guy), and passionate speaker.

Lectures

  1. Dr. Celentano has been featured as a guest speaker on both television and radio, and she lectures both regionally and nationally.
  2. Surya Das is a sought after speaker, and teaches, lectures, and conducts retreats around the world.
  3. A frequent speaker, he lectures on matters involving all aspects of intellectual property law to students and members of the business community.

Neighbors

  1. Once chosen, the speaker uses BGP to propagate that best path to its neighbors. (Web site)

Routes

  1. In both of these situations, the local BGP speaker must select and advertise such routes immediately. (Web site)
  2. As a matter of local policy the BGP speaker in its route selection policy MAY give preference to routes marked as Authenticated.

Microphone

  1. Typically, they used a base station that was connected to a telephone line and a handset with a microphone, speaker, keypad, and telescoping antenna. (Web site)
  2. Speakerphone: Telephone equipped with a speaker and a microphone that allows hands-free conversation.
  3. A microphone and speaker phone, embedded in the navigator enables users to make or receive phone calls and SMS text messages.

Audio

  1. Ohwejagehka Hadeganage: Onondaga Language - Onondaga words with audio files of a native speaker pronouncing them. (Web site)

Minister

  1. He served as a minister of economy between 1949-1950, and was elected speaker of the parliament in 1951. (Web site)
  2. Hon Dr Michael Cullen: Madam Speaker, I refer you back again to some of the original questioning, which accused the Minister of dereliction of duty. (Web site)
  3. He was praised at the dinner by the main speaker, U.S. Minister to Britain Abbott Lawrence (1792-1855).

Position

  1. He was instead offered the position of Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons after it was turned down by Stanley Knowles.
  2. Stockwell was elected Speaker of the Assembly on October 3, 1996, after Al McLean was forced to resign from the position in disgrace.
  3. The position was predecessed by the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada.

Congress

  1. In 1819, he approached General Wincenty Krasiński, speaker of the Sejm (parliament) of the "Congress" Kingdom of Poland.
  2. Henry Clay's tenure as Speaker of the House shaped the history of Congress. (Web site)
  3. The 66-year-old Hastert, who lost his powerful post as speaker when Democrats took control of Congress, resigned late last year.

Vote

  1. In the case of grave disorder, the Speaker may adjourn the House without taking a vote.
  2. The Lord Speaker may not take part in the vote.
  3. A vote for Hynes, who is backed by House Speaker Michael Madigan, is a salute to political nepotism and the state's Democratic machine.

Politician

  1. This meeting certifies that Corleone is a born politician, speaker and tactician.
  2. This last point is more of an impression--but Heisenberg was a physicist, not a politician or a public speaker. (Web site)
  3. He has been one of the greatest chess players ever, now he is a politician and a very brilliant speaker.

Labour Party

  1. Bill Barnard, who had been elected Speaker in 1936, resigned from the Labour Party in 1940 but managed to retain his position.

Schedule

  1. To schedule a speaker, contact NC GreenPower at (866)-533-NCGP; (919)-716-6398 or speaker@ncgreenpower.org. (Web site)

Hire

  1. Hire me as a speaker about blogging, new media, futurism, writing, science fiction, and many other interesting topics.

Talking

  1. But usually what the speaker or writer is talking about is at the head of the sentence.
  2. Dianne– you and Father were talking about the upcoming media conference at Santa Croce (John Allen is a keynote speaker, I see). (Web site)

Audience

  1. Here, the pragmatics of ritual speech use places the accountability of a speaker to his audience at center stage.
  2. Patrick Lindsay is a versatile and gifted speaker who sets his audience at ease with his gentle wit and direct manner and inspires with his passion.
  3. John Bell is a motivational speaker as well as conference speaker who will keep his audience enthralled.

Members

  1. Speaker The House of Commons elects a Speaker, who controls the day-to-day running of the House and is empowered to call on members to speak during debates. (Web site)
  2. These officers advise the Speaker and members on the rules and procedure of the Senate. (Web site)
  3. The speaker presides over sittings of the Senate and controls debates by calling on members to speak. (Web site)

Teacher

  1. Arjuna Ardagh is an awakening coach, writer, teacher and public speaker.
  2. Jo Freeman is a well-known feminist scholar, teacher, speaker and author.
  3. Gordon Higginson was President of the SNU from 1970 until his passing to spirit and was an excellent medium, speaker and teacher. (Web site)

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