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The costumier heads the list: at the other end are the composer and a group of authors.
He had obtained a sable stole, value £40, from a costumier in Shaftesbury Avenue by false pretences.
THE LAW AND THE POOREDWARD ABBOTT PARRY
A costumier hung out wigs, and masks, and débardeur garments next door to the restaurateur.
IN THE DAYS OF MY YOUTHAMELIA ANN BLANDFORD EDWARDS
To paint a real historical picture one requires the assistance of a theatrical costumier and a photographer.
REVIEWSOSCAR WILDE
The Franco-German war broke out, and for several months the art of painter and costumier was locked up in the besieged city.
VERDI: MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK JAMES CROWEST
Now, Mr. Costumier, we are going to this 'ere ball, and we want you to make us hup as the Three Musketeers!
Irritated by long waiting, I was writing an angry letter to the costumier when he was announced.
MY DOUBLE LIFESARAH BERNHARDT
Beyond that there was the purchase of a good second-hand uniform, fur coat, and a beard and a wig from a costumier's.
He is an interesting combination of the spirit of Greek sculpture with the spangles of the modern costumier.
Miss Ward trips on the hem of her regal robe, and requests the costumier to “take it up a little.”

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