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Rostrum flavum, paulo altius, et magis carinatum, quam rostrum M. viridis.
NARRATIVE OF A SURVEY OF THE INTERTROPICAL AND WESTERN COASTS OF AUSTRALIA] [VOLUME 2 OF 2]PHILLIP PARKER KING
Who has copied the Flavian amphitheatre except as a convenient form for exhibitors on the stage, or for the rostrum of an orator?
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
Every knot of men had its grievance; every flag in the pavement was a rostrum.
FOUR YEARS IN REBEL CAPITALST. C. DELEON
The Senate floor was to him a popular rostrum and sacred stump.
SENATORIAL CHARACTERC. A. BARTOL
There is little pleasure to be on the lecture-rostrum for a narrator sensible to the pulses of his audience.
LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
They scarcely needed a rostrum, for the age of sermons had not begun; still less the age of litanies and music and pomps.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
The diagnostic characters were the length and breadth of the rostrum and the relatively great inflation of the auditory bullae.
SPECIATION IN THE KANGAROO RAT, DIPODOMYS ORDIIHENRY W. SETZER
Miss Clara had stepped from the graduating rostrum to the school-room platform, and she had been there some years.
EMMY LOUGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
Miss Kilrain was one of those who must lead, at something; if she could not be leader on the rostrum, she descended to the ranks.
EMMY LOUGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
Then laying his hand on my shoulder, with most punctilious but chilling courtesy, he invited me to the rostrum.
THE WIT AND HUMOR OF AMERICA, VOLUME II. (OF X.)VARIOUS

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