Speaker may refer to:

  • Public speaker, one who gives a speech or lecture
  • Speaker (politics), the presiding officer in a legislative assembly
  • Loudspeaker, an electromechanical device which produces sound
  • Computer speaker
  • HMS Speaker (D90), a WWII Royal Navy aircraft carrier
  • Speaker, in linguistics, a grammatical person, first person as opposed to the addressee and bystanders
  • The Speaker, a BBC television series
  • Los Speakers (or "The Speakers"), a Colombian rock band from the 1960s

Other articles related to "speaker":

Speaker Of The House Of Representatives Of Fiji
... The Speaker is the presiding officer of the Fijian House of Representatives ... following a general election, the House of Representatives elects a Speaker and a Deputy Speaker ... With a view to ensuring impartiality, the Speaker is not allowed to be a member of the House, though he must qualify for membership ...
The Lamb - Poetic Structure
... In the first stanza, the speaker wonders who the lamb's creator is the answer lies at the end of the poem ... with the infant Jesus, as well as between the lamb and the speaker's soul ... In the last two lines the speaker identifies the creator God ...
Robert Bell (Speaker Of The House Of Commons)
... Robert Bell SL (died 1577) of Beaupre Hall, Norfolk, was a Speaker of the House of Commons (1572–1576), who served during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I ... Lent Reader 1571,Justice of the Peace of the Quorum, Norfolk from 1564, Speaker 8 May 1572, Commissioner of Grain 1576, Musters by 1576, 22 January 1577-Serjeant-at-Law, 24 January 1577-Chief ...
V. Sivakumar - Early Life and Entry Into Politics
... Sivakumar was nominated speaker by Pakatan Rakyat and while Barisan Nasional nominated Junus Wahid, the incumbent, to continue as speaker ... up debate ensued between the two sides, and Sivakumar was elected speaker through secret ballot on 25 April 2008 at 4.05pm with 31 votes, against ... Hee Yit Foong was appointed deputy speaker soon after ...

Famous quotes containing the word speaker:

    The most attractive sentences are, perhaps, not the wisest, but the surest and roundest. They are spoken firmly and conclusively, as if the speaker had a right to know what he says, and if not wise, they have at least been well learned.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The speaker in this case
    is a middle-aged witch, me
    tangled on my two great arms,
    my face in a book
    and my mouth wide,
    ready to tell you a story or two.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    If the oarsmen of a fast-moving ship suddenly cease to row, the suspension of the driving force of the oars doesn’t prevent the vessel from continuing to move on its course. And with a speech it is much the same. After he has finished reciting the document, the speaker will still be able to maintain the same tone without a break, borrowing its momentum and impulse from the passage he has just read out.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C)