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  • n. Plural form of harmonizer.


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  • There they stand, high lonesome's sweetest harmonizers, singing their hearts out in white suits and pink shirts, backgrounded by flames and the grinning scarlet figure, half-comical, half-terrifying, of a 16-foot-tall plywood Satan.

    In and Out of Harmony

  • 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

  • “Dead Drunk and Naked” turned the sun-blistered crowd into a barroom full of harmonizers and the band members quit wiping their brows and just played doused in sweat.

    Bonnaroo: Southern Stories from Drive-by Truckers - ArtsBeat Blog -

  • Sure, less people are familiar with the moniker "Graham Nash" than his powerhouse musical configurations, and Crosby, Stills & Nash's and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's counter-culture popularity and reputation for being the best harmonizers since The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers overshadowed the greatness of his solo efforts.

    Mike Ragogna: Reflections on Graham Nash's Reflections Box Set

  • A kind of '80s version of the Jackson 5, or a grittier, sweatier precedent to' 90s harmonizers Boyz II Men (whom Bivins discovered), New Edition now wants to grow up.

    From Boys To Men

  • Attendees were treated to a bar of soap and an embroidered towel and were serenaded by an a cappella quartet, The Focus Group, in honor of a group of harmonizers who frequented the baths.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • The crew of the Out of Band II brought weapons into a habitat, kill several local sophonts, and escaped before our musicians [harmonizers? police?] were properly notified.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • The last mentioned gentlemen certainly came into court "in forma pauperis," -- satisfied with the merit of arrangers, harmonizers, &c., and are found to confess, when detection is probable, that the very soul of their pieces -- the melody [5] -- is taken from such an Italian, such a Sicilian, Greek, nay even Russian air.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 393, October 10, 1829

  • The harmonizers have done their work, of course, upon these two passages; they have said that there were two

    Who Wrote the Bible? : a Book for the People

  • They became the reconcilers of hostile races and the harmonizers of different laws and customs.

    Cause and contrast : an essay on the American crisis,


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