On one occasion a locum tenens, who officiated for a few weeks, was stone deaf.
He obtained a locum tenens, and gave up the time to pilot me round.
A locum tenens had previously received two guineas a week, now he received eight, nine, or even twelve.
But his locum tenens did not possess a copy and had no right to demand one.
Oh no; I could arrange that by having a locum tenens—‘local demon’ as the servant-girl in Punch called him.
Also, the locum tenens at Fulcombe no doubt runs the parish as well as I could.
A drowsy negro, his locum tenens, was the only human thing that offered itself to my eyes.
I could not spare more than a fortnight from work, leaving Lennard as my locum tenens.
In no condition of life would I care to be the locum tenens for another man.
Furthermore, during the vacancy, the aru beting acts as the locum tenens, but only within certain limits.