concert


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concert

noun accord, accordance, agreement, alliance, coaction, coadjument, coadjuvancy, coagency, coalition, coefficiency, collaboration, combination, commined action, combined effort, compatibility, complicity, concord, concordance, concurrence, concurrency, conjunction, consentaneity, consonance, fusion of interests, harmony, joint action, joint operaaion, merger, mutual assistance, pool, rapport, synergy, teamwork, unanimity, unison, unity
Associated concepts: acting in concert

concert

see ART AND PART.
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I'm the rake Miss Garth means; and I want to go to another concert -- or a play, if you like -- or a ball, if you prefer it -- or anything else in the way of amusement that puts me into a new dress, and plunges me into a crowd of people, and illuminates me with plenty of light, and sets me in a tingle of excitement all over, from head to foot.
If I am to be allowed my choice of amusements next time," said the worthy gentleman, "I think a play will suit me better than a concert.
But you're not going to begin gadding about to concerts and staying out all hours of the night.
It became apparent early on that more participants would be required for this concert than SMTA's previous teachers' concerts.
The National Memorial Day Concert provides a special evening of hope and remembrance in honor of the victims and heroes of September 11, and a special segment of the event will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the armistice agreement in Korea along with tributes to military men and women who served in World War II and Vietnam.
Concert GmbH operates two airlaid production lines in Falkenhagen, which boast an annual capacity of 28,000 metric tonnes of airlaid materials.
The morning of our concert we went to the Prince Carl Hall for our rehearsal.