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  • noun Plural form of enactor.

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Examples

  • Re-enactors from the Spanish Garrison, the 60th Royal Americans of St. Augustine, 42nd Highland Regiment and special detachments of the Royal Navy all dressed in period clothing made out of linen and wool.

    Archive 2003-07-01

  • Re-enactors from the Spanish Garrison, the 60th Royal Americans of St. Augustine, 42nd Highland Regiment and special detachments of the Royal Navy all dressed in period clothing made out of linen and wool.

    South of the Suwannee

  • Re-enactors, who will be in an assortment of western, frontier, or other era (These guys are usually the most fun to listen to).

    Gun Shows Are Rediculous!

  • BTW did those re-enactors dig up the cannon balls?

    The James Rifle

  • So join us and meet World War II veterans, re-enactors, family history experts and authors to learn more about your military heritage.

    Military History Weekend, Williamsburg, VA Oct 16-18, 2009 « Third Point of Singularity

  • Re-enactors, who will be in an assortment of western, frontier, or other era (These guys are usually the most fun to listen to).

    Gun Shows Are Rediculous!

  • Parents see their children as little more than extensions of themselves, or potential re-enactors of their lost youths and missed chances.

    Norah Vincent - An interview with author

  • BTW did those re-enactors dig up the cannon balls?

    The James Rifle

  • He was the real thing, man, my God, while the rest of us were only pretending to be something; like some kind of wacky medieval enactors off on a Monty Python holiday somewhere with pay.

    Love is the Answer, and So I Unbind You (Happy Halloween!)

  • But Mr. Best is chiefly interested in analyzing what he refers to as "social worlds" — communities of shared interests that provide individuals with the chance for recognition, such as school boards, Boy Scout troops, barbershop harmonizers and even groups of Civil War re-enactors.

    Why We're All Above Average

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