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Usher Anniversary

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usher

usher

■ noun

1 a person who shows people to their seats in a cinema or theatre or at a wedding.

2 Brit. a person employed to walk before a person of high rank on special occasions.

3 an official in a law court who swears in jurors and witnesses and keeps order.

4 archaic an assistant teacher.

■ verb

1 show or guide somewhere.

2 (usher something in) cause or mark the start of something new.

—ORIGIN Middle English (denoting a doorkeeper): from Anglo-Norman French usser, from medieval Latin ustiarius, from Latin ostiarius, from ostium ‘door’.

usherette

■ noun a woman who shows people to their seats in a cinema or theatre.

people look at you skin it you calling card and make decision about you.
REPRESENTATIVE: You be the people’s representative before God,
was the king’s representative in all matters 3027
REPRESENTS
Thomas, R. L., The Lockman Foundation. (1998). New American Standard exhaustive concordance of the Bible: updated edition. Anaheim: Foundation Publications, Inc.
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