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Maxwell in Egypt has been improvising a few; Methuen at Malta says they can't make them there.
Diotti placed the violin in position and drew the bow across the string of joy, improvising on it.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
True; but improvising on a well-known work is rather a dangerous thing to do in order to improve a bad case.
PIANO MASTERYHARRIETTE BROWER
Carl Henrik, my old friend, was by way of being a poet, and never lost a chance of improvising something.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
They were improvising a stretcher, as neat and comfortable-looking as if it had just been removed from an ambulance.
Beethovens remarkable powers of improvising were often exhibited at the Breuning house.
"With oaten pipe the rustic maids," quoth the Woffington, improvising.
PEG WOFFINGTONCHARLES READE
He even instructed them in improvising splints and reducing fractures.
Officers should be content with a tent fly, improvising poles and shelter out of bushes.
Finally this, too, was solved, by improvising another bowl from sealskin and suspending over it a piece of ice.
BOBBY OF THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE

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