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lectern

In a church or lecture hall, a stand with a slanting top to hold a book, speech, or music at the proper height for reading.
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The K-MAX[R] has proven itself worldwide as a very reliable, low-maintenance helicopter with high availability rates, attributes that will help meet China's growing demand for a responsive, heavy-lift, utility helicopter" said Simon Lau, director of Sales for Lectern.
The new laminate and metal options will make it easy to match new Spectrum lecterns, tables, and desks with the decor in existing or new facilities," said Kensinger.
All the guests at the special service at |Kirkheaton Parish Church (top) and (above) Trevor Briggs, who made the lectern, chats with Mary and Ruth after the service
Three daughters of the defendant gave evidence to the effect that they were perfectly sure their father did not have a pipe in his mouth while passing from the lectern to the organ.
The altar and lectern that would be used by Francis during Mass at the apron of the Daniel Z.
And unlike popping your clogs for real, when you die at the lectern at least there's always the chance of resurrection.
I realised that the microphone and the lectern had been set up for Nicolas Sarkozy and not for me," the Daily Express quoted Cameron as saying.
The 11 pictures were being displayed in lecterns located at each entrance to Layland Beck Community Park.
All of you know who I am," the US President joked, looking over the lectern at the fallen seal.
An unknown buyer bought the lectern (with buyer's premium) for pounds 768, as against a pre-sale estimate of up to pounds 300, the altar table sold for pounds 312, as against an estimate of up to up to pounds 250), and the stall for pounds 264, which was higher than the expected pounds 200.
Aston Parish Church's lectern has been entered into Project Restore, an initiative aimed at returning some of the country's most signifi-cant religious and historical items to mainstream use.
Yesterday, more than 15 children clad in navy and light blue Burkett Little League shirts huddled in front of a lectern at the field, where City Manager Michael V.