reader

[n] - a person who can read 2. [n] - a person who enjoys reading 3. [n] - one of a series of texts for students learning to read
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Reader

Read'er (rēd'ẽr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon rǣdere .] 1. One who reads. Specifically: (a) One whose distinctive office is to read prayers in a church. (b) (University of Oxford, Eng.) One who reads lectures on scientific subjects. Lyell. (c)...
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reader

noun one of a series of texts for students learning to read
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Reader

• (n.) One who reads manuscripts offered for publication and advises regarding their merit. • (n.) A proof reader. • (n.) A book containing a selection of extracts for exercises in reading; an elementary book for practice in a language; a reading book. • (n.) One who reads much; one who is studious. • (n.) One whose distinc...
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reader

(from the article `photography, technology of`) Readers and reader printers are desk-top projectors that display the frames reenlarged to about natural size on a back projection screen. In a reader ...
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Reader

Reader 1. A device used to communicate with RFID tags. The reader has one or more antennas, which emit radio waves and receive signals back from the tag. The reader is also sometimes called an interrogator because it 'interrogates' the tag. 2. The reader communicates with the RFID tag via radio waves and passes the information in digital form to a....
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Reader

[Inns of Court] A Reader in one of the Inns of Court in London was originally a senior barrister of the Inn who was elected to deliver a lecture or series of lectures on a particular legal topic. Two Readers (known as Lent and Autumn Readers) would be elected annually to serve a one-year term. Lincoln`s Inn became formally organised as a pl...
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Reader

A reader is a person who reads printed material aloud to a blind person or one with low vision or on to audiotape for later playback.
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Reader

Volunteer or employee of an individual with a disability (e.g., visual impairment, learning disability) who reads printed material in person or records to audiotape.
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Reader

[Christian Science Church] A Reader in a Christian Science church is a member of the congregation who has been elected to serve in one of two positions responsible for church services. Each week`s sermon in Christian Science churches is outlined in the Christian Science Quarterly, prepared months in advance, and is the same in all Christian...
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Reader

[book] Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr. President, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation Photograph by Ronald C. Yochum, Jr. ...
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Reader

[minor orders] ===Crazytales=== Reviews Comments ...
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Reader

Someone in the studio who is responsible for studying and analyzing a particular literary property (book, play, short story, screen play) and rendering a decision regarding its `playability' or acceptance. Will this source `fly' as a motion picture? Will it play in Peoria?
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Reader

Reader is criminal slang for a pocketbook.
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reader

An article devoid of immediate news interest that will supposedly be of interest to the readership. (courtesy of John E McIntyre)
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Reader

[academic rank] The title of reader in the United Kingdom and some universities in the Commonwealth of Nations, for example Australia and New Zealand, denotes an appointment for a senior academic with a distinguished international reputation in research or scholarship. It is an academic rank above senior lecturer (or principal lecturer in t...
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Reader

[liturgy] In some Christian churches, the reader is responsible for reading aloud excerpts of the scripture at a liturgy. In early Christian times, the reader was of particular value due to the rarity of literacy. == Catholicism (Latin Rite) == In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, the term `lector` or `reader` can mean someone who in a...
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Reader

a member of the audience, someone who is actively responding to the text.
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Reader

an appointed person who is responsible for reading aloud excerpts of the scripture at a liturgy. In early Christian times, the reader was of particular value due to the rarity of literacy.
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Reader

an appointed person who is responsible for reading aloud excerpts of the scripture at a liturgy. In early Christian times, the reader was of particular value due to the rarity of literacy.
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Reader

one who is called upon to proclaim the scriptures during the Liturgy of the Word. A reader may also read the prayers of the faithful at Mass, in the absence of a deacon.
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