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Here everything is beautiful,'' the Emcee nearly commands at the end.
Yet Byrd's commanding and exuberant embodiment of the Emcee is a reminder that many African-American entertainers wowed early 20th-century Europe with touring jazz and dance troupes.
What is it about the Emcee that makes him such an iconic character?
Components of the EMCEE ecosystem that enable this transformation include Equinix interconnection offerings across Platform Equinix, network density, access to multiple clouds utilising the Equinix Cloud Exchange and access to billions of consumers leveraging CDNs in Equinix International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers.
I want to clarify the issue on a video wherein an emcee made a bad joke about the distribution of envelopes.
Tolentino denied his involvement, saying that the emcee was just misinformed and that he was just a visitor in the event.
We are thrilled to have Duff join us as our emcee for this very exciting event," said Peter Larkin, NGA president and chief executive officer.
Cabaret, which is based in the decadent clubs and underground dives of 1931 Weimar Berlin, tells the story of sassy Sally Bowles who performs nightly at the infamous Kit Kat Klub where Young's character is the stocking-and-suspender clad Emcee.
Both Mental and Emcee arrive in Dubai with impressive credentials and if everything goes well and according to plan they should be at the forefront of the team that Al Zarouni will be putting together for the big day on March 30.
His voice works so well as a sinister Emcee manipulates the Kit Kat ensemble as if they were puppets.
Emcee went on to score going away by four-and-half-lengths under Alan Garcia to become Godolphin's fourth top-level winner of the summer after Questing's victories in the Coaching Club American Oaks and Alabama Stakes and Alpha's dead-heat in the Travers Stakes.
The popular musical is set during the Weimar period in Berlin in 1931, with lead characters Emcee and Sally Bowles performing at the decadent Kit Kat Club.
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- embrace an opinion
- embracing a large area
- Emergency Doctrine
- emergency powers
- emergency protection order
- Eminence; a title of honor given to cardinals
- eminent domain
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