He tapped the lectern on which the Oracle was busy writing in her book.
He strode to the lectern where the massive book was perched.
The room of the Sanctuary where he materialized consisted of nothing more than a lectern holding a massive book possessed by a long-dead Oracle.
Gabe strode to the lectern and watched the words of the Present being written across the pages.
Jewel's works were published in a folio in 1609 under the direction of Bancroft, who ordered the Apology to be placed in churches, in some of which it may still be seen chained to the lectern; other editions appeared at Oxford (1848, 8 vols.) and Cambridge (Parker Soc., 4 vols.).
St Mary's contains a Norman font, an ancient brass lectern, buried during the Civil Wars, and some interesting heraldic ornaments which date from the 15th century.
An old oak lectern, dating from the middle of the 15th century, carries a chained copy, in a Tudor binding of brass, of Dean Comber's (1655-99) book on the Common Prayer, and a black-letter copy of Erasmus's Paraphrase of the Gospels.
Gabriel leaned against the lectern.
In the Byzantine and early Romanesque periods it was an essential part of church furniture; but during the middle ages it was gradually superseded in the Western Church by the pulpit and lectern.
According to Sarum and Bangor, the thurible, as well as the lights, attended the Gospel to the lectern.
He found himself on the Caribbean Sanctuary, in the small chamber with the Oracle book. Sea breeze swept through the small windows of the room, and he took a step towards the lectern on which the open book rested. The pages displayed had a few words written on them rather than the constantly shifting writing that normally scrawled itself across the pages. He felt himself compelled towards the book even as his fight-or-flight instinct reared up.
gooseneck microphone on the lectern and boundary microphone on the credenza, output through ceiling speakers over the audience.
On the south side below the chancel arch is a carved oak eagle lectern.
use a lectern to place your hands on if you have a tendency to wave your hands around!
lectern made in the woodwork room under the supervision of Mr Baughan was dedicated at the morning service.
One apartment even has the original lectern set into the balcony.
My hands were still gripping the battered wooden lectern on which he had placed the book for my inspection.
Steinhardt then gave the lectern back to Soros, who said he had something to add to his remarks on the issue of anti-Semitism.
lectern in the form of an angel by Thwaites is particularly fine.
A new lectern in the Lady Chapel was given by her friends in her memory.
To see a picture of the arc lectern with reflective film click here.
There are a large number of tables and chairs arranged in a semi circle with a small lectern on one of the tables.
The brass lectern is dated 1893 in memory of Henry Bowman.
The production of an eagle for a church lectern required a mold made up of 25 separate pieces.
There is a free standing lectern for one speaker and a large C-shaped table, which is ideal for several speakers.
Our tiered theaters come supplied with a PA system and lectern microphone.
psychopharmacology unit at Bristol University came to the lectern.
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