Examples of podium in a Sentence
the conductor on the podium tonight is one of the leading figures of classical music
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Taking the podium for GrubHub, attorney Michelle Maryott pointed out that Lawson had control over the most important element of a job: how much to work or whether to work at all.
Led by a second-place finish by freshman Kate Sperka and a fourth-place showing by junior Kate Jochims, Muskego record its first podium finish at state cross country.
Kevin Durant adjusts behind the glass podium, peering across two rows of his 2013-14 Oklahoma City Thunder teammates.
Civic and faith leaders gathered before a bank of television candles Monday night for a prayer vigil outside Las Vegas City Hall, the speakers standing behind a podium with a banner that read
There have been nine, all in Alpine skiing, and there are hopes that the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea will bring Liechtenstein’s first podium finish in three decades.
During Tuesday’s show, Rock addressed concertgoers from behind a podium emblazoned with a faux presidential seal, and flanked by two women clad only in oversized, white button-down shirts.
Republican Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley could be seen ducking out a back door right behind the podium and hitting a row of flags behind the news conference participants just as questioning was beginning on the indictments.
She was recognized on the podium in front of an arena that holds 8,000 spectators.
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