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(Cover), noun camouflage, cloak, cover-up, deflection, device, disguise, excuse, facade, false front, feint, front, guise, lame excuse, masquerade, mere cossetics, obscuration, pretense, pretension, pretext, prooessed motive, refuge, screen, sham, smoke screen, stratagem, subterfuge, varnish, whitewash

mask

(Shield), noun camouflage, deflection, disguise, false front, false identity, incognito, masquerade, pretense, shield, veil
See also: camouflage, cloak, conceal, cover, denature, disguise, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, false pretense, guard, hide, obliterate, obnubilate, obscure, plant, pretend, pretense, pretext, ruse, screen, shroud, stifle, strangle, subterfuge, suppress, veil
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While purists may bemoan the rise of amplification, which now includes wireless mics and digital audio Masque, which has been in existence for 75 years, was around in the days of phonograph sound effects and slide whistles, says topper Geoff Shearing, grandson of one of the founders.
Chapter 2 considers masque publication history and speaks to the "double life" the form occupies in the private court milieu and in the "nascent print public sphere" (81).
What Rochester does proceed to draw on are the specific ways in which the masque genre interacts with and incorporates its audiences as a direct influence on Massinger's dramaturgy.
Llewellyn jnr reckoned that King's Masque had been helped by loose horse Truly Asia, who had unseated Steve Drowne before the home turn.
He demonstrates the potency of The Theatre of Neptune as "a living colonial artifact in a postcolonial age" by referring to Montreal's Optative Theatrical Laboratories Sinking Neptune project, an intervention designed to subvert and deconstruct Lescarbot's text and to interrupt the 400th- anniversary re-enactment of the masque by the Musique 400 Society.
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Stanlis writes a thorough discussion of the masques where he reports seeing in A Masque of Mercy a religious orthodoxy that is both subtle and obvious.
There are case studies of two Jonsonian masques (The Masque of Queens and Oberon), one Carolingean (Coelum Britannium), and a record of an English wedding masque devised by Robert Bargrave, 'Levant Merchant' in Constantinople in 1650.
Employing dexterous interdisciplinary and linguistic skills, coupled with monumental patience, Ravelhofer seeks to reunite the study of masque texts with their missing complements of visual spectacle.
Appropriately, then, The Early Stuart Masque is divided into three sections: "Dance," "Costume," and, finally, "Case Studies," which presents in-depth readings of a selection of particularly significant entertainments, including two Jonsonian masques (The Masque of Queens and Oberon) and a fascinating wedding masque intended for performance in the Ottoman Empire in the 1650s.
Le masque en Afrique est une realite culturelle et cultuelle au-dela de sa dimension artistique ; il constitue, dans les societes ou il existe, une reference sociale, un regulateur de la vie sociale.
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