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Our California audiences are metropolitan and changing forever.
SIXTY YEARS OF CALIFORNIA SONGMARGARET BLAKE-ALVERSON
These Audiences are given without Ceremony, and they that receive them are introducd by the Chamberlain in waiting.
THE MEMOIRS OF CHARLES-LEWIS, BARON DE POLLNITZ, VOLUME IVKARL LUDWIG VON PLLNITZ
But God help all of us and our meal tickets if the audiences could see behind the scenes.
MICHAEL, BROTHER OF JERRYJACK LONDON
These audiences were usually large, and far too lenient in the estimation of Tus-ka-sah.
THE FRONTIERSMENCHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
Audiences, which in the early days assembled before seven o'clock, had to be sent home happy.
WASHINGTON SQUARE PLAYSVARIOUS
Their leader is a picturesque tatterdemalion who wanders far in search of audiences and is suspected of picking up more than alms.
BEAST AND MAN IN INDIAJOHN LOCKWOOD KIPLING
Perhaps no character is so little appreciated by Anglo-Saxon audiences as this of Figaro.
The gentlemen all went off in full uniform at 11 to begin their audiences.
LETTERS OF A DIPLOMAT'S WIFEMARY KING WADDINGTON
They gave their audiences hard words, and often received hard knocks in return.
THE ABOLITIONISTSJOHN F. HUME
The conduct of audiences like the first here spoken of seems to vary with the style of the speaker.