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  • n. Plural form of muso.


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  • And he in turn politely doesn't mention that the band I'm in is a bunch of provincial "musos" so far off the style scale so as not to register at all.

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  • Battery-powered record players came along in her luggage, so the soundtrack could be heard the way musos intended.

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  • The reason I ask if you got one was because of something Robstacle said: Surely most people who buy these are the spouses of musos who are stuck for an obviously extravagant Christmas present.

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  • Buñuel, Dalí and Lorca used to meet here for martinis; and architects, designers, painters, scribblers and musos still meet here for tertulias public debates in its chandeliered and mirrored, faded decadent ambience.

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  • Amid the portraits of musos, you'll find a large photo of a recumbent, half-naked Che, like a rock star, sipping on yerba mate.

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  • Other possibilities would include musical instrument cases – musos would be delighted with cases that could stand the deformations visited upon their beloved instruments by baggage handlers at airports – telescope mountings, aircraft undercarriages, high-speed train suspensions, etc.

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  • I stayed at The Plaza in 1974 and did business with musos Carla and Paul Bley, and he knocked his PIPE muck into a linen table-napkin.

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  • I did the Sonnets for Orpheus meself and they seemed to go down well despite most of the audience being, by the looks of it, middle-aged musos and literati who were most likely here for the other performers and who were really just checking me out.

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  • Over the past couple of years I have met more than a few serious musos who, apparently without a hint of any E4-style trendy irony, seem quite content to name Allen among their favourite acts.

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  • Now add a packed hall, yelling, whistling and dancing in the aisles, and a smattering of classical musos looking on with dropped jaws that'll be me & pals and you get the idea.

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