Ceremonial Speech

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What is the definition of a goodwill speech?

This is a speech to show that you are trying to be nice. You can wish someone good luck or let someone know you are there to help.

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What is an example of a welcome speech for school annual day celebrations?

Firstly greetings,

Secondly, introduction about self.

thridly the subject matter..

Example,

A very warm good evening to all the wonderful people present today... Its pleasure to start this auspicious occasion by heartily welcoming every body.. I heartly welcome our Honorable Chief guest, Our Principal, Dear Teachers, and my fellow- friends... Its wonderful to see sucj amazing gathering once in a happy year.. today we all have gatherd here for the annual day celebration.. I wel-come everybody with all my pleasant greetings, and I wish the celebration makes you smile and cheer you up with full of joy and entertainment.. Thankyou

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What is the speech of a salutatorian all about?

The speech by a Salutatorian is generally about the overall school experience, how the student life progressed and how the student experience enriched over the High School years. Often, it also discusses the future path for classmates, with novel inspirational message that can uplift the fellow students, teachers and parents alike. Famous Salutatorians include First Lady Michelle Obama, Singer John Legend, Singer Carrie Underwood and Author Eric Segal. The salutatorian speeches are often found to be higher in merit and quality than other graduation speeches

To exemplify various aspects the Salutatorian speech, here is presented one of the most popular and exceptionally outstanding Salutatorian speeches of 2010, from Boston Globe - Boston.com. This speech is entitled "Operation Red Sprinkles", written and presented on June 12, 2010, by Anisha Shenai, Salutatorian from Danvers High School, MA.

Operation Red Sprinkles

Anisha shenai, Salutatorian, Danvers High School, MA.

"Good afternoon and welcome. I would like to acknowledge and thank family, friends, teachers, administrators, and of course, fellow members of the Danvers High School class of 2010 for making the past four years as memorable and as amazing as they were.

Though we find ourselves today as seniors on the brink of graduation, I ask all of you, for just a moment, to remember the September of 2006, when we first entered Danvers High School as timid young freshmen. We perceived high school as an uncharted no-man's-land. We wanted simply to survive. The pursuit of excellence took second priority, as we strived to be merely good enough - only satisfactory academically, socially, and in extracurriculars. Overwhelmed, only in the beginning, we resigned ourselves to the ordinary; we resigned ourselves to the "plain vanilla," or we resigned ourselves to the "plain chocolate," as I prefer to say. Let me explain what I mean by this.

When I was younger, my mother was an avid supporter of all sorts of activities designed to bond mothers and daughters. One year, she decided that, with Valentine's Day just around the corner, making a cake together would be wonderful. As I, at the time, only had all the culinary prowess of any other typical eight-year-old, she enlisted me to decorate and frost, while she would mix and bake. We set out the ingredients and were finally ready to begin. Suddenly, my mother was alarmed to see that nowhere within this cluster of eggs and flour did we have any sprinkles! A Valentine's Day cake without red sprinkles simply would not do, she declared. So we embarked upon a mission: Operation Red Sprinkles.

The first store that we visited held only brown chocolate sprinkles. They had run out of red ones, as it was so close to Valentine's Day. I suggested we just purchase the brown and be done with it; they all taste the same anyways. However, my mother refused. She insisted that we would find them eventually. Indeed, one and a half hours and six stores later, there they were, sparkling scarlet in a plastic shaker.

Later, I asked my mother why she was so insistent that we find those red sprinkles, instead of accepting the plain brown ones that were so readily available. Was it really worth all that time and effort to search for the red, merely for the sake of aesthetic value? Her answer was enough to make me understand.

"Rani," she began, employing the Indian term of endearment she saves for such particularly significant conversations. "Brown sprinkles are basic. They are good enough to make the cake taste as it should, but not for anything more. Red sprinkles are beyond just simple; they are extraordinary." And suddenly I could see. The red sprinkles, in serving a purpose that transcends the mere gustatory senses, had in them a flicker of passion, of life. They were greater than mediocre. They were greater than plain. They were greater than mere sprinkles. They were red sprinkles, and that made all the difference.

The great American author Mark Twain once stated the following: "Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live." In her quest for the red sprinkles, in her desire to follow the dream rather than to simply opt for the easily attainable reality, my mother showed me the worth in searching for life rather than accepting mere existence. To settle for the ordinary brown would be to concede to the need for basic survival, rather than to continue to strive for anything more.

Fellow classmates, in our four years at Danvers High School, I do believe that every one of us has abandoned the primitive search for brown chocolate sprinkles -- the search to which we so desperately clung when we first entered high school. Instead, we now embrace the ambition for red sprinkles, the desire to be extraordinary. In our time in high school, we have all realized that it is not enough just to get by, just to be simply average. We have reached the understanding within ourselves that neutrality and simplicity are not enough. And we have seen the need to be passionate rather than to float along unfeeling, rather than to simply exist.

Each of us in the class of 2010 has found that source of passion, that shimmering spark of life which allows us to go beyond mere existence. We are gifted musicians. We are inspired artists. We are champion athletes. We are dedicated employees. We are serious students, and above all, we are more than what we once thought we could be. We were able not only to survive the perceived no-man's-land of high school, but to flourish with intensity and power. As a class, we went beyond our original hopes of mediocrity, to create and attain dreams of magnificence. After four years in high school, we have become rational but passionate, pragmatic but emotional, logical but idealistic. We contradict ourselves and it is wonderful. It is wonderful, because I know that it is this paradoxical state that will guide us. It will ground us in the realities of the present, but still never allow us to cease forging onwards and upwards, forever in pursuit of that glimmer that separates the plain from the remarkable.

So be remarkable. Let a flame of passion illuminate your way. Be extraordinary. Stray from the dullness of shadows, into a radiant glow. Feel. Dream. Live. And never concede. Never settle for anything less, as you move full speed ahead in the quest for a life full of light and color. Thank you."

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Sample script of emcee for 7th birthday?

Introduction for the celebrant

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Give three examples of specialization and division of labor in what areas are you and your friends thinking of specialization what might be the perils of over specialization?

The enormous efficiency of specialization allows the intricate networking of trade among people and nations that we see today. very few of us produce a single furnished good; we make but the tiniest fraction or what we consume we might teach a small part of one college's curriculum, or empty coin from parking matter or separate the genetic material of fruiting files, in exchange of this specialized labor we still receive income adequate to buy goods from over the world.

Advantage economics engage in specialization and division of labor, which increases the productivity of their resources.

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Explain what happens if the market price starts too high or too low? i belong to Pakistan so i definitely try to think about the specialization in agriculture because my country has 70% dependency on agriculture... cost of production of agriculture products are far less than other countries... so my area will be agriculture.

the perils of specialization are its disadvantages... in some cases monopolies generated through this type of specialization.

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What are some examples of opening remarks?

Here are some examples of opening remarks:

Good afternoon everyone and also to THE PRESIDENT, PRINCIPAL and to all teachers and staffs, welcome to makabayan showcase event. My name is YOUR NAME, and I am the YOUR POSITION. It is my great honor to welcome you to today's event.

It is my great pleasure and honor to make opening remarks at this very exciting day….

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What is the difference between diction and pronunciation?

Diction is the clarity of the pronunciation.

Diction is the clarity with which someone pronounces words, whereas, pronunciation is the way a word, language or sound is articulated.

Articulation: The manner in which words are pronounced.

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How do you write manifesto as a library prefect you want a sample?

YES

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Good farewell speech for seniors students by juniors students?

Most of our life is a series of images. They pass us by like towns on the highway. But sometimes, a moment stuns us as it happens. And we know that this instant is more than a fleeting image. We know that this moment... every part of it... will live on forever

The important thing is not to be bitter over life's disappointments. Learn to let go of the past, and recognize that every day won't be sunny. And when you find yourself lost in the darkness of despair remember, it's only in the black of night that you see the stars, and those stars lead you back home.

"So don't be afraid to make mistakes, to stumble and fall, because most of the time the greatest rewards come from doing the things that scare you the most. Maybe you'll get everything you wish for. Maybe you'll get more than you ever could have imagined. Who knows where life will take you. The road is long and in the end, the journey is the destination."

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A speech on lamp lighting ceremony?

In order to remove darkness light is the essential one and here we go with lighting the lamp by our chief guest and .....................................................

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Example of farewell speech for classmates?

Um, go for something that is really straight from your heart. That would bring about the emotions, trust me! Go for incidents that you think really had an impact on you!

You can go for something like this...

Well. it's finally come. To sum up an entire life spanning over 14 years in just a few moments is definitely not easy! There was a certain ritualistic joy to the whole routine. You know, the buying of new textbooks and then sitting one evening with reams of brown paper to cover them before sticking on a label with your name and class clearly marked. The new pencil box, school bag, the slightly bigger school uniform that I could grow into during the course of the year and so on! And this newness persisted once school actually began. The chance to bag a better seat than the one I had last year, then you know, all the jostling to ensure that my best friends sit next to me! All told, there was a promise of a new beginning and I'm sure it was the same for all you people as well! I'll just end by saying that just be yourself and you'll be aweeesome! :)

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What is a hooding ceremony?

A Hooding Ceremony is a special recognition ceremony for doctoral degree candidates during which a faculty advisor and the Dean of Graduate Academics place the doctoral hood, signifying his or her success in completing the graduate program. The ceremony is similar to a graduation in that the faculty and students are dressed in academic attire. The Hooding Ceremony is in addition to and does not replace the Graduate Commencement.

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What is the role of the English monarch in today's world affairs?

The English monarch has very little power left today, especially when compared to the monarchy's power in the past. However, the English monarch, currently Elizabeth II, is more of a head of state or representative of the country. The monarch does have a lot of influence in world affairs because of her position, wealth and historical importance, but generally it is the British government headed by the Prime Minister that deals with England's involvement in world Affairs. Undoubtedly, the finest ambassador a country could hope for.

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What is an example of a formal welcome speech?

It is such a lovely evening. As we are to grace this occasion. Allow me to welcome you all to (mention the event).

Yours truly, (mention your name- as to allow everyone to get to know who is speaking in front of them), would like to open this event by commending, applauding, giving praise ..Let us put our hands together for (mention the name of the honored guest).

Who is (mention the accomplishements, rank, position, why he/she is the honored guest)

(background of the guest)

[if it is not for someone and the event is for a group] then mention the back ground of the group...

To sum:

1. great the guest

2.introduce yourself

3.make it known about the event

4. say the program

5. endorse the host

6 thank the crowd who listened to you.

It is my honor more than a pleasure to welcome you all to this(?) Allow me to start our evening by introducing -yours truly- (your name)

Have you read the headlines today? well, dear friends, ladies and gentlemen, tonight is also a headline- let us, together welcome-

As we are taking our seats and enjoying the evening, the season, the ambiance, let us warmly put together our hands in welcoming... (name, background)... by the way I am(mention your name)

....so it really depends on what the occasion is, who you are welcoming, what the crowd is, who the crowd is.....

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What is bane and boon?

bane is nothing but something harmful or against nature or in simple disadvantages.whereas boon is advantages

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Class of 2011 slogan?

We're so good we're number 1 twice

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What is a short speech on Indian Independence Day?

A very short speech would be this:

Respected teachers and my friends,

I wish you a happy Independence Day. India became independent on August 15, 1947...

Usually, a speech is longer than that, so click on the related question below for more information about Indian Independence Day.

Common topics you may wish to include are:

  • a famous battle
  • heroes
  • compare India in the past to India today
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Can you give me Short speech on Indian independence day?

Respected teachers and dear friends, Wish you happy independence day.

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What is the definition of teamwork?

Teamwork is defined as: "co-operation between those who are working on a task." Commonly teamwork is understood as co-operation and willingness to work together. For example we often use the phrase:" he or she is a good team player", meaning that they have the interests of the team at heart, working for the good of the team.

Teamwork is a collection of actions by individuals that serve a common purpose or goal. It also suggests subordinating the needs of the individual to the needs of the group. In essence, each person on the team puts aside his or her individual needs to work towards the larger group objective. The interactions among the members and the work they complete is called teamwork.

Teamwork is not limited to working together, but it collectively means to achieve whatever is planned, by helping each other. Teamwork is the spirit to care for others in your group : help them, support them, and then win together.

A teamwork may be signified as in the form of a process of working collaboratively with a group of people in order to achieve a goal.It is considered to be an important part of a business, as it is often necessary for colleagues to work well together, trying their best in every circumstance.In other way, it means people will try to co-ordinate with each other,using their individual skills and will provide constructive feedback,despite any persoanl conflict between individuals.

Word Definitions List
1. A cooperative effort by a group or team.

2. Work produced by a group or team.

3. The combined effective action of a group.

4. Work done by several associates with each doing a part but all
subordinating personal prominence to the efficiency of the whole.

5. The work or coordinated effort of a team or group of people to
produce a desired result, an anticipated goal, or a common end.

6. Work done by a number of associates, usually each doing a clearly
defined portion, but all subordinating personal prominence to the
efficiency of the whole.

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Welcome speech for farewell party?

Welcome Address-Farewell Day Festivity

Respected Principal, Vice- Principal, Director, teaching faculty, non-teaching faculty, management faculty, teachers and the taught, a warm welcome to everyone here.

Today, we host the valediction day. A day in which we host a farewell to the outgoing students of engineering college. The existing students bid farewell to the outgoing students. A full academic year has passed by. A full year of tuition and learning. And now it is farewell. It is with nostalgic memories that we meet our outgoing students.

Hence, to suit the occasion, we host this farewell function.

We welcome one and all here.

Hence, to suit the occasion, we host this farewell function.

We welcome one and all here.

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Who was the chief guest of Independence Day 2011?

pratibha patil

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How do you write a manifesto as a labor prefect?

manifestoe for a labour prefect

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What is a good short speech on Indian Independence Day for kids?

INDEPENDENCE DAY means a day when India gained its freedom from British rule.

India was under the British rule for 3-4 centuries. It was in 1857 that India started its independence struggle forcefully through a revolt named "The Great Revolt" against the British.

Mahatma Gandhi was the spine and brain behind the Indian independence struggle. Gandhi promoted "Nonviolence" or "Ahimsa" against the cannons and rifles of the British. His words of wisdom were followed by almost every Indian of that age, to follow nonviolence and struggle with perseverance, and the British finally manumitted India from its bondage. India's independence struggle is a huge epic on its own. Nonviolence was the weapon used to free India. That's why India, even today, doesn't want to resort to force or war unless there is some menace to the security/integrity of Indian unity.

India gained independence after nearly 200 years of British rule on 15 August 1947, and the Indian tricolor flag was unfurled by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, on the ramparts the Red Fort of Delhi. I am proud to be an Indian.

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How to give easy speech on send off?

How to give easy speech on send off my coleque as a manager level

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Welcome speech for annual day?

Good morning to one and all present here . I am very happy to welcome our honourable chief guest,Our Principal teachers and one and all present here.Our chief guest Mr.x was an assisstant commissner of Police.Inspite of his busy schedule,he has come to celebtate this day with.So once again i thank Mr.x for the arrival.you have made us honoured in your presence here.Today we are gonna celebrate children's day in this peaceful morning.As we all know,we are celebrating our former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday as children's day.Our former prime minister loves children lot.So this day is celebrated as children day.With this short information,we can start our children's day program. Our school staffs and children are ready to entertain you all,so keep your eyes and ears open to enjoy this program.I once again welcome one and all present here and enjoy the programme .Thank you.

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