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That visit came before his brother did the same, leading a Jordanian insider to tell Reuters Hamzah had upstaged the king.
JORDAN’S ROYAL FAMILY FEUD AND ALLEGED COUP PLOT, EXPLAINEDALEX WARDAPRIL 9, 2021VOX
Upstage, burned a driftwood fire in a low hearth of rough bricks; Judge Tiffany sat there, in a spindle-backed chair, reading.
THE READJUSTMENTWILL IRWIN
Few are native-born New Yorkers, and scarcely any of them go around with their noses in the air in an "upstage Eastern manner."
IF YOU DON'T WRITE FICTIONCHARLES PHELPS CUSHING
Single rose-coloured corduroy curtain for archway up R. hung on upstage side of arch.
MR. PIM PASSES BYALAN ALEXANDER MILNE
One perceived, dimly, a high sombre draping, very far upstage.
NIGHTS IN LONDONTHOMAS BURKE
A similar door, opening into the bedroom of the shack, upstage right.
FIFTY CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSVARIOUS
So She floats through all Her changes and retires upstage into the arms of the dusk.
LETTERS OF TRAVEL (1892-1913)RUDYARD KIPLING

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