In his hardscrabble campaign, there might not even have been a podium ready to welcome him.
There, Deitch took the podium to announce a surprising new show at MOCA.
At precisely 11:00, NRA president David Keene plodded slowly to the podium, bespectacled, white haired, and avuncular.
So we asked our Twitter followers who they think will show up at the podium.
Bloomberg has the standing, the podium, and most crucially, the money to help make this a voting issue.
The podium contained the places of honour reserved for the Emperor and his family, the Senate, and the Vestal virgins.
Behind the podium was a double portico, which ran round the whole building.
The Pegasus staff was gathering around Dr. Gordon, who was using a large packing case for a podium.
Paintings and inscriptions covered the walls or podium of the arena.
If the podium was insufficient for the accommodation of the senators, some of the adjoining seats were taken for their use.
1743, "raised platform around an ancient arena," also "projecting base of a pedestal," from Latin podium "raised platform," from Greek podion "foot of a vase," diminutive of pous (genitive podos) "foot" (see foot (n.)). Meaning "raised platform at the front of a hall or stage" is from 1947.