Noun(1) a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it(2) beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e.g. weevils
(1) the composer moved from keyboard to rostrum(2) In its traditional bricks-and-mortar configuration, Sotheby's was limited to the lots it could evaluate, catalog, store and sell from the rostrum each year.(3) Later, the magistrate asked the presspersons, who were standing near the rostrum , to go further behind where it was overcrowded and also where only one door was kept open.(4) This trilogy is interesting technically, as it shows a virtuosity of rostrum technique, combined with stylised and painstaking animation drawing.(5) Sometimes, as the pianist said, the conductor would leave the rostrum and lock himself in his dressing room.(6) At its peak, St. David's were regulars on the winners rostrum in the county leagues championships.(7) There were drinks and chatting and the two Ambassadors mounted a rostrum to give their speeches.(8) Inside the hotel ballroom, he was at a rostrum giving a rousing speech to a packed house.(9) While sound is amplified throughout the auditorium, certain parts of the audible spectrum are delayed in the seating areas farthest from the rostrum .(10) Roasted, pulverised and dissolved in wine, the lobster's rostrum is served as a medicine for a variety of urinary diseases, as well as for removal of kidney stones.(11) There is evidence of this destruction throughout the town, though it can only be accessed through rostrum pictures from the archaeological excavations.(12) To make the link, there is a platform that can rise or fall on scissor jacks; it can act as a goods lift or a rostrum for speakers.(13) If you cannot fit a second mic on the rostrum or the speaker will be using a lavalier, a shotgun mic can serve as a backup.(14) A powerfully built man, slightly hunched round shoulder level, he strides purposely onto the rostrum .(15) the winner's rostrum(16) these beetles are very easily recognized by the rostrum or beak
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