(Rukirnè) (1) In the First History, the person who spoke for all the Verè. Though almost always the head of House Ihe ai, the Speaker represented the whole species, not just ys own house. The symbol of the Speaker was a two-handed battle axe, or pole axe. (2) In the Second History, the Summer People and the Winter People are led by a Speaker, as are many colony worlds.
The member who is elected by all the members of the legislature to preside over all meetings of the house in a fair and impartial manner. The Speaker upholds all the rules of procedure and ensures that the business of the house is carried out in an orderly manner.
The Speaker is the presiding officer of Parliament and is elected by the House at the beginning of each new Parliament. He regulates debates in the House and enforces the rules governing them. He calls upon Members to speak, proposes and puts the question for the House to debate and vote upon respectively. Members look to him for guidance on matters of practice and procedure and he decides on points of order and gives rulings when required.
The term speaker is a title often given to the presiding officer of a legislative body. The speaker's official role is to moderate debate, make rulings on procedure, announce the results of votes, and the like. The speaker decides who may speak and has the powers to discipline members who break the procedures of the house.
1) A device that changes electrical signals to sound which can be heard; a transducer changing the electrical audio signal into a sound pressure wave. 2) The part of the system that physically produces the sound.
Mechanical device used to reproduce sound waves when a power signal is applied representing those sound waves by vibrating some material that in turn creates vibrations in the air thus generating sound.
Types: keynote, general session and seminar leader who are topic specialists; trainers and workshop leaders who allow for group participation and interaction; and change of pace speakers such as humorists and entertainers.
The official who moderates the competition, announcing the name of the athlete about to attempt a lift and announcing the validity or non-validity of the lift after it has been attempted. The speaker also introduces the athletes and other officials during the presentation.