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He then turned the lectern back over to press secretary Jen Psaki.
FAUCI, UNCHAINEDPHILIP BUMPJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Additionally, someone who has a mutual friend with Johnson called the FBI to report that he was the man in the photo with the lectern.
Late Sunday afternoon, Rivera stood behind a lectern in a room outside the Washington locker room, looked into a television screen filled with the faces of reporters at his postgame news conference and exhaled deeply.
Very few people ever get a chance to kind of sit at the lectern and kind of essentially be the voice of a president for much of the world.
That you had one of the most important lecterns, and whether it was about crowd size or other things … that as smart a guy as you are, you didn’t tell the truth and that you did damage to the Republic.
The lectern, as the pulpit-stand in English churches is called, was fashioned of oak taken from Nelson's flagship, the Victory.
Parson John looked greyer than usual as he conducted the service and stood at the lectern to read the Lessons.
The fine wooden lectern of very late Gothic design has well-carved angels kneeling on the four supporting legs.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
The lectern he had done his best to burnish; but it was still a cripple from the fire.
PECCAVIE. W. HORNUNG
There was nothing but the saw for these, and Carlton had already sawn the lectern from its grave.
PECCAVIE. W. HORNUNG

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