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He was in suspense all through the introduction, for not until the pace quickens does one know what the performer intends.
Tell me, do you not recollect that a few years ago, there were three tragedies acted in Spain, written by a famous poet of these kingdoms, which were such that they filled all who heard them with admiration, delight, and interest, the ignorant as well as the wise, the masses as well as the higher orders, and brought in more money to the performers, these three alone, than thirty of the best that have been since produced?
If my vanity had taken a musical turn, you would have been invaluable; but as it is, I would really rather not sit down before those who must be in the habit of hearing the very best performers.
Data analyses show that Delaware's average class size is larger than any of the top performers, and student attendance, skipping, and tardiness problems are more severe in Delaware than in any top performer.
SGI (NYSE: SGI) has announced the OpenGL Performer 2.
And second, the show's writing team boasts celebrated drag performer Jackie Beat.
I suspect that the real figure is a bit higher, but still, the poor performer problem is not nearly as bad as most Americans think.
In addition, a top performer can expect to benefit from an employer's variable pay program.
to revitalize and foster public interest in classical music, especially in contemporary music, through my activities as a professional composer, performer and educator.
In what sense does such a performer ever "appear live"?
One popular performer is Dee Sangster, 27, a singer-songwriter who has brought a powerful butch presence to the cast since 1998.
Workstation maker SGI has announced immediate availability of IRIS Performer 2.