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extemporaneous

(ĕks-tĕm″po-rān′ē-ŭs) [LL. extemporaneus]
Not prepared according to formula but devised for the occasion.
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Regev said the premier was speaking extemporaneously in his English address to diaspora Jewish leaders, and that there was no change to Israel's strategic view on its arch-foe.
She prepares for trials by personally reading more than 10,000 documents and then presents her closing arguments extemporaneously.
All these enhance the compounding professional's ability to extemporaneously compound preparations that are of acceptable strength, quality and purity--both for humans and animals.
If she buys short ribs, corn on the cob, vine ripened tomatoes and pasta for instance, she expects Peel to figure out the meal and come up with something on the spot, extemporaneously.
He lectured extemporaneously so it made sense when he explained that he needed to jog his memory about what he discussed that term.
This pertains not only to the translation of my thoughts and emotions into a foreign tongue here before you; I will have to transform each thought, each emotion entirely and extemporaneously.
The robot exhibition was a fascinating amalgamation of cutting-edge experimental robots such as a humanoid robot that extemporaneously danced to music, the first improvisational percussionist robot, a cuddly stuffed-animallike robot initially being used to study early childhood social development, an assistive robot that opens doors and elevators it has never seen before, and a snakelike articulated robot that climbed up willing attendees' legs (protective jeans required.
Those who score high marks in Stage One will qualify for Stage Two in which each contestant will be asked to speak extemporaneously for three to five minutes on a topic given just before the competition," Jamaluddin said.
Debate clubs help students develop analytical and logical reasoning skills, as well as the ability to think and speak extemporaneously.
This announcement was the occasion for several members to extemporaneously express their thanks to John for all his hard work in producing five exceptionally handsome volumes.
With the exception of Feller, who spoke, as is characteristic of him, extemporaneously from his heart, all wrote their presentations ahead of time.
Because Argento has set words that Barrett Browning wrote extemporaneously and without revision, the singer's delivery must always sound spontaneous and natural in stress, pacing, and inflection.