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The K-MAX[R] has proven itself worldwide as a very reliable, low-maintenance helicopter with high availability rates, attributes that will help meet China's growing demand for a responsive, heavy-lift, utility helicopter" said Simon Lau, director of Sales for Lectern.
The metal color options, Silver Sparkle, Dark Gray, Black, and Champagne Metallic, will be made available at standard pricing and lead times on all new products Spectrum introduces in 2015, including the Freedom One eLift Lectern, Media Manager Elite Lectern, and the InVision Element Table.
The Labour leader, again using his trusty travelling lectern, pledged to sort out David Cameron's botched borders policies if he takes power next week.
A new lectern, (where the Bible is read and sermons preached), was dedicated in his memory.
Shaw accompanied him into the church, up the aisle to the lectern, where the hymn was changed, with his pipe in his mouth smoking, and afterwards proceeded from the lectern to the organ-room with the pipe in his mouth, but could not say whether the smoke issued therefrom during the interval he was walking from the lectern to the organ.
Seating and lectern arrangements can be different for each meeting.
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I surveyed the audience, packed with young, smirking faces ready to unleash a tsunami of schadenfreude when someone froze at the lectern.
Victoria Home Guard Historical Society vice president Sharon Phillips at the lectern is joined by (from left) Pat Elaschuk, Linda Collier.
The 6 feet Prime Minister told a room full of journalists he had to kneel at a lectern set up for the 5ft 5in French president so that he could reach the microphone.
The children have been presented with copies of the lectern displays, mounted on foam, for display at school.
Summary: Barack Obama was addressing a gathering of prominent women when the presidential seal fell off the front of his lectern.
His former brass eagle lectern, altar table and stall used at Tallarn Green Church, also known as St Mary Magdalene's Church, in Wrexham in the 1940s went under the hammer at Bonham's in Chester.
A BIRMINGHAM church is vying for a prize which would see its 200-year-old brass lectern restored to its former glory.
Yesterday, more than 15 children clad in navy and light blue Burkett Little League shirts huddled in front of a lectern at the field, where City Manager Michael V.
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