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The manager pleaded for a reversal of the command; said it would ruin the costly scenery and the splendid costumes, but the King cried:
Moncharmin, one of the joint managers who succeeded MM.
Many's the one I've given their chance to and they're managers of departments now.
President and Directors, the sentiment of the masses of my race when I say that in no way have the value and manhood of the American Negro been more fittingly and generously recognized than by the managers of this magnificent Exposition at every stage of its progress.
I suppose I ought to apologize for giving you dinner at such an hour," the Duchess remarked, "but it is our theatrical managers who are to blame.
Thank you, my dear--now as ever you are the queen of managers.
The proposition was indignantly negatived by the managers of the Institution.
And in passing I will ask you managers of society why you did not make public the census figures of 1910?
Next came the paid actors; and lastly the shareholders, generally also actors, some or all of whom were the general managers.
And not only the poets, but the masters of these poets, the managers of playhouses, seem to be in this secret; for, besides the aforesaid kettle-drums, &c.
So much time spent by day in questioning managers, agents, schools and choruses; by night among the audiences of theatres from all-star casts down to music halls so low that he dreaded to find what he most hoped for.
The very last thing I heard was the two managers raising Cain and the coachman.