Mr. Hamblet was the father and introducer in after years of the Western Union Telegraph system of time distribution.
Iras was already standing by her side, and Charmian was approaching with the "introducer."
But that gracious sovereign either did not like Harry's introducer, or had other reasons for being sulky.
Here they were interrupted by the "introducer," who announced the eunuch Mardion.
This Roma is described as a Pelasgian place in which Evander, the introducer of scientific culture, resided.
He seems to have been the introducer of the sort of roads which Europe now uses.
It did not need the warning voice of my introducer, hastily calling my name, to make my sense of shame a perfect agony.
Yes, General; I have promised to act as his introducer to your Excellency.
He was the introducer, if not the real producer, of Uncle Tom's Cabin.
A person, to whom one of my letters of recommendation had been addressed, was my introducer.
introducer in·tro·duc·er (ĭn'trə-dōō'sər, -dyōō'-)
An instrument or stylet used to insert a catheter, an endotracheal tube, or similar flexible device into the body.
introduce in·tro·duce (ĭn'trə-dōōs', -dyōōs')
v. in·tro·duced, in·tro·duc·ing, in·tro·duc·es
To put inside or into; insert or inject.
To bring in and establish in a new place or environment.