Thesaurus / announcer
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Named after Ben Bentley, the team’s first public relations man and public address announcer, Benny has grown into perhaps the most well-known sports mascot of all time — and certainly the most-followed.
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An announcer was explaining what had happened, his voice trained in rigid control, shocked with horror and fright.
THE SEVENTH ORDERGERALD ALLAN SOHL
As the announcer spoke, the camera moved about to pick out details of the estate.
THE BEST MADE PLANSEVERETT B. COLE
Mike the Angel was sitting behind his desk in his private office when the announcer chimed.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
And after the announcer stopped he had cried out hysterically like a child in a nightmare.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
Perhaps he was officially an announcer; the word means also bearer of good news.
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"On my right—the Gallant kid," shouted the announcer, pausing for the laugh that came up from the crowd.
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“Smitty Valentine and Florence Huyler running neck and neck,” the announcer droned.
A TICKET TO ADVENTUREROY J. SNELL
"You all know this young lady," the announcer's voice went on.
THE MARTIAN CABALROMAN FREDERICK STARZL
"Mary is not used to many people, or to audiences," the announcer said.
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