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The performers and the nuns nearly died of fright, believing that their last hour had surely come.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
We have already mentioned many fine instruments by Stradiuarius which are in the hands of connoisseurs and performers.
It is of such violins therefore that we find the great performers possess themselves.
The young people could stare through the windows and see the performers in front of the broadcasting sets.
Unfortunately, besides the three performers, no spectators witnessed this singular entertainment.
My incredulity increases if I am told that the performers of miracles have been cruelly tormented or slain.
At present the singers have some time been what we must term, for want of a better phrase, musical performers.
The dance began; the performers furnished their own music; each rolled out a deep aw aw aw under his visor.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The performers had so little reputation, that we had no wish to visit either of them.
Another Ipswich lady, Mrs. Keeley, who lives on in her grand old age, was certainly one of the most popular performers of her day.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE

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