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Under the heading "Dance and Physical Theatre," Edinburgh's Fringe Festival lumped together dozens of performances that would never ordinarily rub shoulders.
The tourists and residents who will flock to the new restaurants, modern-day movie palaces and entertainment/retail venues will rub shoulders with the information, financial and media workers who occupy the adjacent office towers.
People don't throng there to rub shoulders with it.
During the three-day conference, business students listen to and rub shoulders with veteran venture capitalists and successful young entrepreneurs, some of whom are recent college graduates themselves.
FANS are being given the chance to rub shoulders with the stars when the Europe MTV Awards come to the ECHO arena.
THEY'VE both been collected before but now Paul Heaton's laidback pop bands rub shoulders on a greatest hits set shamelessly aimed at the Christmas market.
HAPPY-GO-LUCKY Jessica (Cecile De France) takes a job as a waitress in a Parisian cafe to rub shoulders with arty types.
THE Queen got to rub shoulders with the dynasty of rock during the week when she met guitar legends Brian May, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton at a Buckingham Palace bash.
Elder statesmen Earl Scruggs and Ralph Stanley rub shoulders with the Nickel Creek whippersnappers, while host Ricky Skaggs welcomes current genre maestros (Del McCoury, Alison Krauss and Union Station, prodigal daughter Patty Loveless) and a handful of attuned outsiders (country stars Travis Tritt and Vince Gill, eclectoid Bruce Hornsby) into assorted stage configurations.
Guests will rub shoulders not only with their royal host but also with the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the Duke of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent.