Repetitor


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She spent several years in the UK as repetitor for The Birmingham Royal Ballet School and on staff at the Junior Conservatoire in Birmingham.
162) When the c lass grows so large that the transmitter is forced to employ a repetitor (mustamli) to convey his words to the auditors furthest away, may those auditors still attribute the text to the transmitter, or do they have to acknowledge the mediation of the repetitor?
Quite familiar to him would be the colleges of Paris and Oxford, with their scholars and fellows, and their masters and doctors, aided by their assistants, repetitors and servitors.