prompter


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  • noun

Synonyms for prompter

someone who assists a performer by providing the next words of a forgotten speech

a device that displays words for people to read

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But the difference is that Greece is not in a hurry while we are those that need to force a prompter solution.
I'm going to pre-write my eulogy and put it on a prompter," he added.
I begged them to put it on a prompter for me," she says, noting her quick delivery would help sell the comedy and her character.
MICHAEL BELL has high hopes for Prompter ahead of his return to the track at Epsom today.
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Counterparty concerns played a role in the prompter payments as well, Quibria says.
He headed to Chester for what looked a red-hot contest on his next start and although again he had to settle for minor honours, the winner Prompter has since acquitted himself reasonably well in Group company and the runner-up Tominator has subsequently won.
Reg Hollinshead's youngster belied his 25-1 starting price at Chester at the beginning of last month when running the useful Prompter to two lengths.
Richard Hills set the pace tracked closely by Hayley Turner on Prompter with Buzzword (5-4) on the rails.
Michael Bell's Prompter became the first progeny of the 2005 Derby winner Motivator to win when he put up a convincing performance under Hayley Turner in the EBF Maiden Stakes.
Property managers tell us that landlords are concerned about the adequacy of the sum insured and with a rise in landlord/tenant disputes, some are also reviewing their insurance provision in a bid to reduce costs at the same time as securing more comprehensive cover and prompter pay-outs should the need arise.
Marnie is a good prompter, but only you can memorize your lines," chided Mrs.
Each of the prompt books contains handwritten notes either by Charles Kean or his prompter, Stanley Charles Ferrers.
How will they find anyone to read the prompter in a timely fashion?
In short, the agent should be the prompter and guide to move the transaction along and open up new questions in the seller's mind to increase possibilities and create an exchange which requires both a sale and a purchase within six months.