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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A report.

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  • Big APE's reportory includes solo and ensemble work created in collaboration with the dancers and contributing artists.

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  • I may add, to finish with M. Sarcey, that he contributes a daily political article—generally devoted to watching and showing up the “game” of the clerical party—to Edmond About’s journal, the “XIXième Siècle”; that he gives a weekly conférence on current literature; that he “confers” also on those excellent Sunday morning performances now so common in the French theaters, during which examples of the classic reportory are presented, accompanied by a light lecture upon the history and character of the play.

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