Lecturn


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Lec´turn

    (lĕk´tŭrn)
n.1.Same as lectern.
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In a brief speech at the Downing Street lecturn she spoke of her love for "my greatest support and closest companion".
Contract Awarded for Supply of Lecturn, tabletop, high pressure laminate in four wood colors, Light Oak, Med Oak, Walnut, Mahogany 13-3/4 h x 23-3/4 w x 19-7/8 d, Oklahoma Sound System #22 OR APPROVED EQUAL
"It's easy to talk to commissioners about new ideas and approaches, particularly if they are looking at the numbers and there are savings to be made too," said David Cartwright (pictured above at the lecturn), LEHN chair in Derby and Nottingham.
Typical for most synagogues, there is a raised area (bima) upon which stands the clergy (each at a lecturn) and most recently, the band during the music service.
Joanna Andrew, our popular MC, kept the evening moving along at a sparkling pace, as she welcomed presenters to the lecturn including 7 newcomers as well as established and newly established names.
The bronze eagle lecturn was swiped during a break-in at All Saints Church, Gravelly Hill, Erdington.
Stiff drinks had already been ordered from the bar before what became an inevitable result filtered through from Mr Blatter's lecturn.
How different to when it was the place to be seen; when a lady behind a lecturn greeted customers and shoppers in gloves took tea in the 5th floor restaurant.
Evens points up Siedell's 'overlook[ing]', in the foundational moment of modernism at the very end of the XIX century, 'the influence of the French Catholic Revival.' Schapiro had just finished his lecture on Phase I of modernism in painting, and I went up to the lecturn and waited to speak.
In this series of pictures journalist Muntadhar al-Zeidi rises to hurl a pair of shoes as US President George W Bush ducks behind his lecturn; Shoes were the focal point of protests against Mr Bush's visit to Baghdad
Following a short introduction, Leiken stepped away from the lecturn to allow the showing of slides depicting various developments and events that defined Springfield in 2007.
Although this results in the splendid photographs being reproduced at a grand scale, it does mean that the reader needs a lecturn. Readers with arthritis or RSI should beware!