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“Without further ado, allow me to present our keynote speaker, Ms. Jessa Montgomery!”
“An unbelievable amount of work went on behind the scenes to make this happen.”
“Let's say you go up on stage and completely bomb. So what? What's the worst that can happen?”
“Allow me to introduce Dr. Melanie Gantz. Dr. Gantz is a leading authority on Native American history and culture.”
“We have a few more minutes, so I'd be happy to take some questions from the audience.”
“I know I'm going to mangle this...”
“She is also the recipient of numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Nonfiction.”
“Hmm. That's a good question.”
“Yes, the woman over there in the gray suit.”
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