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use "leery" in a sentence

He was one more guy who put his life on display for all to see, another example of talking too much, living too large and laughing too loud - those New Orleans attributes that sometimes make folks elsewhere a little leery of this place." Logan is leery of the idea, and he warns Hudson
by pedestals.

The bronze lectern was given to the College in 1654. The black and white marble paving dates from 1677-78.

In 1748 the Montagu family tomb in the chancel of St Stephen's church was opened up for an internment and the lectern was found lying in the grave.

The Church of Scotland decided to proceed and present St Stephen's with the Barnhill lectern before the Revd J. Pragnell moved to his new parish.

The Scottish group " Siol nan Gaidheal " (Seed of the Gael) contacted the press and reported they had the lectern.

A good example with six sides is in the church of Vance (France), and one of triangular form in the Muse of Bourges, while a four-sided box lectern is still in use in the church of Lenham, kent.

The entire system can be easily controlled both by the presenter at the lectern with an LCD touch pad, and by colleagues using remote units anywhere in the auditorium.

When church treasures were no longer being seized by the crown the lectern was returned to the church (perhaps late on in Holloway's time).

The Communion Table is small and uncovered, with only an alms dish upon it. The lectern is in the middle of the chancel steps, and the organ pipes are clearly visible through the archway leading to the vestry.

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