As long as five years ago, the three main newsweeklies had locked up eminent presidential historians to write his valedictories .
a farewell address.
a valedictory wave
serving as a farewell.
translation of 'valedictory'
बिदाई का वचन,
विदा का वचन
All I can say is that I hope the previous member is proud of that speech, because it will be his 'valedictory' .
Some members are suggesting this is my 'valedictory' , but it just goes to show how ridiculous some of the statistics really are.
He delivered his talk as a kind of 'valedictory' , describing his 16 year tenure at the institution.
Wolfenden High School, built in 1913 to hold 900 pupils, held a special 'valedictory' service yesterday to mark its closure.
His new collection of shorter poems, Darkening Water, has as its title suggests a 'valedictory' aspect.
In his 'valedictory' editorial in the latest issue of the Poetry Review, he could not contain his gloom any longer.
Historians argue over the significance of these 'valedictory' meditations.
I sprinted to my seat with the rest of my classmates, just in time to hear the beginning of Katie's 'valedictory' speech.
How sad it is to write this brief 'valedictory' for this senator who never abandoned the fiery passions that first fueled his entry into politics.
He is the man whose next most significant speech will be his 'valedictory' , and we will hear it in this Parliament.
Some men rested inside the reception counter and office rooms, while some others added final touches to the venue for the 'valedictory' session.
His comeback turns out to be a sad 'valedictory' .
The festival's 'valedictory' function will be held on May 9.
In his 'valedictory' , Barry refused to rule out a return to column-writing.
They will take part in activities like memory games, personality development modules and even stage a Shakespeare play on the 'valedictory' function on Saturday, the organisers said.
Some of the songs were previewed on the group's 2003 'valedictory' tour, while others have never been publicly aired.
As we move towards the end of this Parliament, with questions finishing today and people doing 'valedictory' speeches, people are looking forward to getting out on the hustings.
This Senate custom of 'valedictory' speeches may look self-indulgent to some but I think is quite important in its own way.
The last few years of his life found him making 'valedictory' recordings with that label and with EMI.
In September Macmillan will retire as curator and this exhibition is something of a 'valedictory' - a testimony to his tenure, featuring works which he has helped to acquire.
The final 'valedictory' service will be held on Saturday starting at 7pm in the Cook Street hall, to mark a community link which goes back 114 years.
He was the same when he left the Citizens' last year, insisting his interviews should not be 'valedictory' celebrations of the past, but forward-looking speculations of the theatre's programme after he had gone.
Those of us who love Haydn adore his last large-scale work, this 'valedictory' oratorio, to distraction.
Its melancholy cranes are lit at night not as a sign of vitality but as a 'valedictory' salute to an industrial past for which most Glaswegians - particularly those who never banged a rivet - are nostalgic.
I also pay tribute to some of those who have given 'valedictory' speeches here in the last few days.
Dame Muriel revealed that her latest novel, The Finishing School, which was published this year, will not mark an end to fiction writing for her, despite its 'valedictory' title.
‘It used to worry me greatly that there are always people in an audience who are unmoved, unreached by what I do,’ she wrote in her diary of her 'valedictory' year.
The new album draws its main inspiration from the band's annual tours of the Highlands and islands, much of it - aptly enough - striking an elegiac or 'valedictory' note.
As long as five years ago, the three main newsweeklies had locked up eminent presidential historians to write his 'valedictories' .
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