By the next morning, there had still been no word from the speaker.
The speaker is the second–most important person in the country in terms of making the country work.
He built a new ideal Jew, a type that blended the clever Talmudist with the fighting Hebrew speaker.
And when it comes Tuesday night—when the House Sergeant at Arms shouts: “Mr. speaker, the President of the United States!”
The speaker is the only actor in this Shakespearean tragedy who can force action.
The grace of the speaker, and the mystic quality of the thing spoken, arrested him.'
They looked at the speaker just as though they understood what he was saying.
Youre pretty sharp, said Ralph, with a smile at the speaker.
The old man was not quite sure of this, but he did not interrupt the speaker.
The singer or speaker must breathe easily and adequately, but not so as to waste his energies.
c.1300, "one who speaks," agent noun from speak (v.). First applied to "person who presides over an assembly" c.1400, from Anglo-French (late 14c.). In reference to the English Parliament, Sir Thomas de Hungerford apparently was the first.