- n. Plural form of performer.
“She and other label performers would raise $2 million from the concert / fund raiser for AIDS organizations.”
“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.”
“SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Virginia returns several key performers from a unit that finished sixth in the ACC last year.”
“These discs suggest that their appeal to successive generations of performers is equally assured.”
“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.”
“One common denominator with these poor performers is that they all own a finance company (GE Capital, GMAC, etc.).”
“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.”
“TN: My best advice to other performers is to never give up.”
“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).”
“The main performers were the massive Big Giant and Little Giantess, which Cory posted about back in June.”
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