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1. The lectern was draped in yellow silk sheets.
2. Do not bring numerous volumes to the lectern.
3. The Chaplain processed to a lectern.
4. Her eyes were too often down on the lectern.
5. The lectern at the Guildhall is a classic example of one that looks beautiful but is too small and fragile to use.
6. They grip the lectern, their knees knock, and they sweat profusely as they try to get their point across.
7. Corbett bowed towards Lady Amelia, stepped from the lectern and walked quietly out of the church.
8. He swayed and had to reach for the lectern to steady himself.
9. Lepine yells at the three students on the lectern to get out, but nobody moves.
10. Sweating profusely and gripping the lectern, Anderson began his speech.
11. Some one had brought the adjustable lectern and set it up perfectly but not bothered to find out the heights of the speakers.
12. An imperial eagle lectern carved in jet supported upon its open black wings a huge, chained copy of the Codex Astartes.
13. Robyn arranges her notes on the lectern, waiting for latecomers to settle in their seats.
14. He thumped the lectern as he spoke.
15. Would you like a lectern for the presentation?
16. Godliman stood at a lectern, perched one leg like a bird.
17. Then they take up their positions, the reader going to the lectern.
18. Monsignor Delgard sank to his knees, one hand still grasping the top of the lectern.
19. Although she has no formal speech training, she is skilled at the lectern.
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20. Maryse Leclair is giving a presentation with two others on the lectern at the front of the class.
21. It had everything we could think of - lights, PA system, lectern and its own generator.
22. You may decide to put a table and a lectern in front of a blank wall.
23. The privileged sign in at a large book attached by a thin chain to a sort of lectern.
24. For the remainder of the carol I was on tenterhooks, not daring to take my eyes from the lectern.
25. That way, you can see if you clutch the lectern or keep your hands too stiffly at your side.
26. Samples can be hung on a rod, in slotted pockets or placed on a lectern.
27. In the opening shot I see Garfield at a lectern reading aloud from a Shakespeare first edition, bound in unborn calf.
28. Three interesting features inside are the box pews, the semi-circular altar rail, and the stone lectern dating from Norman times.
29. It jolts your carefully prepared and placed microphone out of position and may wobble the lectern as well.
30. Jim said, wrapping up his remarks and stepping away from the lectern.
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