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  • New York's all-inclusive sing-in mixes pros with everyone else

    'Messiah' Holiday Tradition Marks 44th Year

  • New York's all-inclusive sing-in mixes pros with everyone else

    'Messiah' Holiday Tradition Marks 44th Year

  • But her most endearing trait was that while we performed, she would sing-in the softest of whispers, of course, with her mouth to my ear as we surged up and down.

    Isabelle

  • Apparently, the union had something more drastic than a sing-in in mind.

    City Opera, New York's No. 2 Troupe,Is Belting for Diva-Size Wages

  • But her most endearing trait was that while we performed, she would sing-in the softest of whispers, of course, with her mouth to my ear as we surged up and down.

    Flashman And The Redskins

  • But her most endearing trait was that while we performed, she would sing-in the softest of whispers, of course, with her mouth to my ear as we surged up and down.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • The header section contains Flickr logo, sing-in information and the navigation bar.

    The Daily Whim

  • The header section contains Flickr logo, sing-in information and the navigation bar.

    Muti

  • Probably too crustily cool to attend what was billed as a 'sing-in' for Gary McKinnon, which had a full gospel choir on a promise.

    X-bit labs

  • The sing-in was therefore a natural development for them, though it would have been hard to find the inclination to sing outside the US embassy had Bush and not Obama been in town.

    X-bit labs

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