crowd-pleaser

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crowd-pleaser

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crowd pleaser

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someone or something that is very popular with an audience or spectators at an event
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Her plan is to create a generous banquet from her tried and trusted crowd-pleasers, cooking as much as she can in advance for stress-free entertaining.
Aged just 23, Chase has the potential to become a major Super League star and Castleford coach Terry Matterson will be aiming to get even more out of one of the Tigers' biggest crowd-pleasers.
From hearing The Enemy with Away From Here along the riverside, to Kasabian holding their own with Club Foot and Processed Beats, the lesser bands worked the crowd with ease - but that's easy when you have such crowd-pleasers.
Whether you're cooking for a few extra at dinner or for 100 at a potluck, MOM'S BEST CROWD-PLEASERS is for any occasion where the hostess wishes satisfying food without long hours of labor.
From finger foods and snacks; to salads for buffets, picnics, and potlucks; to main dishes and grillings; to desserts and bake sales; Mom's Best Crowd-Pleasers fully lives up to its title with such "kitchen cook friendly" offerings as Peach-Orange Muffins; Baked Rice Pilaf; Stuffed Pork Tenderloins; Grilled Turkey Burgers; and One-Bowl Chocolate Cupcakes.
As Clive Barnes pointed out in his "Attitudes" column in May 2002, the Latins are the new crowd-pleasers.
Events range from crowd-pleasers such as costumed circus performers and English folk dancing by local children, to the more academic with the Birthday Lecture at the Shakespeare Institute.
There were two genuine crowd-pleasers in 2000 -- well actually there were three if you count Sunshine which was released in December of 1999 but did most of its business in 2000 -- something very rare in English-speaking Canadian cinema.
Sounding more like a collection of oddball B-sides than the work of crowd-pleasers not long ago considered America's fined rockers, Up is unlikely to win back many fans.
I want us to be crowd-pleasers, but I also want us to be winners.
Wisely, the Bechers save the chapter on spherical gasholders for last, as these compelling snowball shapes are invariably the greatest crowd-pleasers, and bear out most obviously the sense of variations on a single prototype on which all of the work depends.
In addition, the company will continue to put Atlantic City on the map as an entertainment destination by sponsoring concerts by stars such as Paul McCartney, Elton John, Simon & Garfunkel, The Eagles and Cher, along with world-class boxing events with crowd-pleasers such as Arturo Gatti, Evander Holyfield and Floyd Mayweather.