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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECITER

But he appears to have been more of an improviser than a reciter.

Neither of these is mentioned in A, the reciter of which was an Aberdeen woman.

The reciter evidently could remember only this point in the stanza.

Introduce me as a reciter of plays, and I will make my own way unnoticed and unsuspected.

He looked up, and the reciter stopped, and it was all quiet.

Thus before dinner I was a lawyer, and after dinner I was artist, poet, and reciter.

It was probably introduced by a reciter from the description of a ferry-boat in some other poem.

How could they have got it fixed into their heads that she was a reciter?

This latter, known as Bana, is usually accompanied by a word for word translation made by the reciter or an assistant.

Maspero writes not as a mere chronicler or reciter of events, but as a philosophical historian.

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