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|Churchill, Winston Orators are most vehement when their cause is weak. - Cicero|
, Marcus T. Great is our admiration of the orator who speaks with fluency and
discretion. - Cicero, Marcus T. A good orator is pointed and impassioned. - Cicero
|On delivery: “Great is our admiration of the orator who speaks with fluency and |
discretion.” On delivery: “A good orator is pointed and impassioned.” On
confidence: “Confidence is that feeling by which the mind embarks in great and
|Cicero, Marcus T. Silence is one of the great arts of conversation. - Cicero ... |
Cicero, Marcus T. Great is our admiration of the orator who speaks with fluency
and discretion. - Cicero, Marcus T. A good orator is pointed and impassioned. -
|... in the whole courss of the year may happen in a moment accipere quam facere |
praestat injuriam: it is better to receive ... (Ovid) acer et vehemens bonus orator: a
good orator is pointed and impassioned (Cicero) acerrima proximorum odia: ...
|Mark Twain “Only the prepared speaker deserves to be confident.” –Dale |
Carnegie “A good speaker is pointed and impassioned.” –MarcusTulius Cicero (
Writer, politician and great Roman speaker) “First, learn the meaning of what you
|In pointing out the characteristics of his eloquence, I shall, in addition to other |
matters, be able to show you, how the three great qualities of naturalness,
earnestness, and impassioned argumentation, will overcome many defects,
which, without ...
|... of the springs which make oratory convincing, eloquent, pointed, ornate, well-|
ordered, full, expressive and impassioned. ... 'How much better it is', they claim, '
for true arguments to make that impression on the mind which unites with reason
|Her exceptional oratorical skills gained her the title "Queen of the Platform" and |
led woman's rights activists to view her as the most ... As a speaker she was
pointed, logical, and impassioned. ... scholars and by the women who knew her
|The speaker declared each motion carriedwith glibvoice. At last aspecialorder ... |
As thedebate went on he pointed out the great men whose names suggested
history to Bradley andwhose actual presence amazedhim. There was Amos B.
|sweet, solemn, harsh, or impassioned sonorities that registered the speaker's |
sincerity and conviction, expressed his ... Johnson pointed to "a decided
syncopation of speech" in the sermons of such men, "the crowding in of many
syllables or ...