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  • n  a public lecturer at certain universities
  • n  someone who lectures professionally

  • But as the leading Islamic thinker among Europe's second- and third-generation Muslim immigrants, the Geneva-based university lecturer also inspires a good deal of mistrustfrom .
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  • John McCain in Canoe.ca
    Senator Obama in particular likes to talk up his background as a lecturer on law and also as someone who can work across the aisle to get things done,said McCain. "He went right along with the partisan crowd and was among the 22 senators...
  • Wayne Swan in NEWS.com.au
    They never let the facts get in the way of a scare campaign,Mr Swan told Channel 9 today. "I've never been a union official, I was lecturer in the department of management at the Queensland Institute of Technology for over a decade, that's...
  • Gil Troy in Globe and Mail
    Not only does Barack Obama lack corporate experience, but his defining experiences were as a community organizer, public interest lawyer and law lecturer,Prof. Troy said in an interview. "That puts him ideologically, structurally and...

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