Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of performer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She and other label performers would raise $2 million from the concert / fund raiser for AIDS organizations.

    BEAUTIFUL, ALSO, ARE THE SOULS OF MY BLACK SISTERS

  • I witness it all the time, in performers from Vaquero on up to Really Large Bold Face Names, before they are scheduled to hit the stage.

    kateelliott: Social Anxiety

  • SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Virginia returns several key performers from a unit that finished sixth in the ACC last year.

    Around the Atlantic Coast Conference

  • These discs suggest that their appeal to successive generations of performers is equally assured.

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  • Cold-blooded malice has rarely sounded so enticing, and the song has been covered by performers from the likes of Cher to bluesman Johnny Jenkins.

    A Road Trip in Search of Ghosts

  • One common denominator with these poor performers is that they all own a finance company (GE Capital, GMAC, etc.).

    Marketing

  • I wrote about Swensen back here: Those surviving Munchkin performers tend to have been in their late teens in 1938, when they shot their scene.

    Passing of a Generation

  • TN: My best advice to other performers is to never give up.

    Who is Beyond Sensational? Meet Taela Naomi «

  • Johnson's list of top performers is different from that of the Fraser Institute (which is releasing its annual report card on secondary schools Sunday).

    Comparing the performance of B.C. schools - Report Card

  • The main performers were the massive Big Giant and Little Giantess, which Cory posted about back in June.

    Boing Boing

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