Ladies and gentlemen
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Ladies and gentlemen: used to address the members of the audience when you are making a speech or announcement
- "Well, the time has come, ladies and gentlemen, for that little girl to take back what is rightfully hers, the multi-billion dollar enterprise known as the Delavigne Corporation."
- "Ladies and gentlemen, I'm very glad to be here tonight."
- "Bruno : Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for being at this press conference."
- "Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you my finest work: “Multiplicity”"
- "Danica : Your honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I'd like to begin with a story, if you'll permit."
- "General Rainbow Child : Ladies and gentlemen, I present Brian Jones, the human cannonball!"
- "Ladies and gentlemen, meet our new 'spokesbaby': Carlos!"
- "Bruno : Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, before you decide on anything, I would like to say something that I think you'll find very interesting."
- "Philip : Ahem, ahem. Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you so much for coming to my first exhibition, I hope you're enjoying the fine art on display as well as the nachos and fruit punch I've generously provided."
- "Vicar : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of two young lovers, eager to forge a union in the eyes of God, which is to last forever and ever."
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