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Brother Pasquerel held the office of reader (lector) in his monastery.
Bid the sub-chancellor send out to them Thomas the lector to read unto them from the 'Gesta beati Benedicti.'
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Lector intende; ltaberis, he says in ending his short preface, and he judged his work aright.
In 1822 the poet was nominated lector in Danish language and literature at Sor College, and he now married.
On his return from abroad in 1822 he was appointed a lector at the famous school at Sorø on the island of Sjælland.
But, Lector, you who love work so well—have you never heard tell of a thing called Rest?
PROSE FANCIES (SECOND SERIES)RICHARD LE GALLIENNE
The chief lector praised the god that warded off miscreants from the King.
This may equally well have been Henry de Apeltre, the twelfth lector.
He was certainly a Minorite in 1422, when he matriculated at Erfurt as lector Minorum.
I never said quite that, Lector, though perhaps I might almost have gone so far.
PROSE FANCIES (SECOND SERIES)RICHARD LE GALLIENNE

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