- n Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656)
- n an official stationed at the entrance of a courtroom or legislative chamber
- n someone employed to conduct others
- v take (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums
The usher showed us to our seats
- The University of Omaha's wide-ranging services even include the schooling of church ushers.
- He, if he be not boor, who enters a European theatre must tip the usher.
- Lawyers for two of them shipped documents to Roger Clinton at the White House in care of the usher's office, sources said.
- President Bush in Bloomberg
The new agreement should "usher in an era of political reconciliation," Bush said.
- Eliot Spitzer in FOXNews
Spitzer, who has faced much criticism on the issue, said the deal means New York "will usher in the most secure licensing system in the nation."
- Benjamin Netanyahu in AFP
This award also expresses the hope that your presidency will usher in a new era of peace and reconciliation,said Netanyahu.