- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of perform.
“PIANO CONCERT, Bob Lachin performs Rodgers & Hammerstein. 1 p.m.,”
“SOLO CELLO CONCERT, Wesley Baldwin performs works by Bach, Piatti, Schulman and Britten. 7: 30 p.m.,”
“And when Mr. Stein performs, he literally bounces up and down with the energy of someone who doesn't yet have children.”
“Denny Hamlin performs a burnout after winning the Showtime Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina.”
“In this viral gem, a woman "somebody's mom" based on the video's title performs a full four-minute routine to an R&B song all by her lonesome in front of a church service.”
“Every act he performs is part of a much older, and more elaborate ceremony that Will does not initiate, or even understand.”
“DockArt (Mac): This plug-in performs one very simple tweak, replacing your iTunes icon in the Dock with the album artwork of the currently playing song.”
“Mark Heger of Austin performs a behind-the-back maneuver in the Outlaw division during the Mid-Summer Texas Classic wakeboarding competition.”
“I suggest that to preserve if not foreground the alterity of the Greeks, Halperin performs an inversion of inversion; that is, unlike modern accounts of homosexuality that explain it as a form of effeminizing, the Greeks understood a taste for boys as masculinizing.”
“The calcuation the puddle performs is to first determine the complexity of the hole.”
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