[ UK /lˈɛktɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɛktɝ/ ]
  1. a public lecturer at certain universities
  2. someone who reads the lessons in a church service; someone ordained in a minor order of the Roman Catholic Church
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How To Use lector In A Sentence

  • The activation mechanism is the chemo- activity of mainly due to the strong chemo- activity of chelators to improve the amount of collector adsorbed on chrysocolla.
  • This, along with all the arguments against ratification of the EU Constitution, is something which we need to ram home at this moment when our electorate is so alive to the notion that they are being cozened by Labour and the Liberal ‘Democrats’ about the true effect of this Treaty. Archive 2008-02-03
  • Most rural stations had a staff of at least six, and perhaps up to a dozen, who them carried out the duties of stationmaster, signalman, booking clerk, ticket collector, porter, shunter, lengthman and lampman.
  • It'll be difficult to get past the ticket collector without paying.
  • Although nationally distributed boxes do not change fronts often, the regional ones do, making them a prime target for collectors.
  • She also debuts on the collectors' Web site, www. barbie. com.
  • We will therefore go back to the electorate to renew our mandate with confidence.
  • Electoral victory is just a distant mirage.
  • And therefore (quod iterum moneo, licet nauseam paret lectori, malo decem potius verba, decies repetita licet abundare, quam unum desiderari) I would advise him that is actually melancholy not to read this tract of Symptoms, lest he disquiet or make himself for a time worse, and more melancholy than he was before. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • They buy paintings at auctions, mark them up and then resell them at a vast profit to collectors.
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