Reading man

one who reads much; hence, in the English universities, a close, industrious student.

See also: Reading

References in classic literature ?
here's something for you," called out the reading man next moment.
He kept his eyes turned upon the reading man, ready to warn him to silence the moment that the fellow discovered him; but so deeply immersed was the sailor in the magazine that the Russian came, unobserved, to the forecastle floor.
He wasextradited back to Britain in Marchthis year and was charged with the murder of Reading man Terrance 'Jeff' Allamby in Orts Road on September 29 1996.
The knock kept the former Reading man out of the Carabao Cup third round loss to Crystal Palace, and Town will have to wait to know the extent of the injury.
It looked bleak for the former Reading man when he was shipped out on loan to Nottingham Forest last season and only made four appearances during his four-month stay.
It was a good point considering how bad the pitch was and the officials being terrible," said the Reading man (left).
7 CHRIS GUNTER Reading man took the switch to centre-back in his stride and although he hardly screamed for it to become a regular role, didn't let his manager down with emergency move inside.
Sigurdsson put the Swans ahead with a superb curling effort in first-half injury time before the former Reading man sealed the win with a 30-yard piledriver.
Michail Antonio (above) restored the U's lead from 10 yards after being teed-up by Odejayi before the on-loan Reading man set up Henderson to fire home.
But the Reading man was given the best possible get well present when substitute Karacan stabbed home Mathieu Manset's cross.
75m for the former Reading man was agreed earlier in the week and, despite reported interest from Leicester, Lita has successfully negotiated personal terms with the Liberty Stadium club.
The former Reading man is enjoying his new licence to roam and plans to keep having a pot at goal when the opportunity arises.