Definitions

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  • n. Short form of pantomime
  • n. Short form of pantograph

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Examples

  • Yet Jack remained without an antislavery voice, literally in panto and ideologically in the text; ending as

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  • To me, the only thing worse than being stuck in traffic on the way to give a performance in a panto is being so desperate not to get a proper job that I’d accept a part in panto in the first place.

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  • The two Bristol natives gave themselves a lot to live up to with a name like an unimaginatively-titled panto porno, but their sound, like their name, is likely to stick in your mind.

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  • Although the panto is a lot of fun, Joanna, now also a model having been announced as "the new face of Superdrug" earlier this year, says the schedule of two shows a day for the six-week stretch is a little gruelling.

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  • The panto is a modern-day version of Cinderella, played out against the magnificent backdrop of Stormont's steps and portals.

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  • But the show went on - there was no stopping the UK staple of Christmas "panto".

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  • Details on that below, plus a new 1 year anniversary video interview with the pair and more, including news of Takei playing the Emperor of China in an upcoming British 'panto'.

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  • Now is not the time to tell you about my Chase-branded Girls World head or the time I went to see her in panto.

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  • "I'm not used to this genre," she announces before declaring, rightly, that it's the first time the word "genre" has been used in panto.

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  • It gives us anarchy as panto and global espionage in the guise of an ongoing stag weekend.

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