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Podium has also come to mean . . .[edit]

"Podium has also come to mean the object a speaker stands behind and sets papers or books upon, even when it is at floor level". No it hasn't, though a lectern is sometimes incorrectly referred to as a podium by some people they are two completely different things. No dictionary I've checked describes a podium as a lectern. Can the phrase be reworded to show that the term is used incorrectly rather than podium has come to mean lectern please. (talk) 10:19, 19 May 2009 (UTC) Swampy.

Needs work[edit]

THIS ARTICLE NEEDS WORK — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)