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  • n. Plural form of duettist.

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Examples

  • There was yet another George on board, in the fo'c'sle, and, in response to pushes from curious friends below, he came up, and regarded the fair duettists open-mouthed.

    More Cargoes 1897

  • There was yet another George on board, in the forecastle, and, in response to pushes from curious friends below, he came up, and regarded the fair duettists open-mouthed.

    Sea Urchins

  • At this point the duettists came to the end of a movement, and Mr

    The Grim Smile of the Five Towns

  • After the duettists had retired, a woman of debatable age sang a negro melody.

    Maggie, a Girl of the Streets

  • The centerpiece was Mark Vance's new "In These Uncertain Times," a TCCA commission, played with its 2002 companion "The New Life," a dazzling show-piece for Altenbach's virtuoso violin and piano-duettists Aileen James and Ken Hardin on top form.

    The Union - All Categories

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