concert party


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concert party

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1. (Theatre) a musical entertainment popular in the early 20th century, esp one at a British seaside resort
2. (Stock Exchange) stock exchange informal a group of individuals or companies who secretly agree to purchase shares separately in a particular company, which they plan to amalgamate later into a single holding: a malpractice that is illegal in some countries
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Senior Opupulepu, despite all the benefits of attending skuul, which will help in family planning your family, the senior assistant deputy human type-writer of the Umbrella Concert Party has come out to say that after trekking to every midwives' offices and born-born centers in the whole of Ogyakrom, it has come to be revealed upon him in visions by statistics and guess-work that those who attend skuul are born-borning more than those who sit at home doing nothing.
The Doric Neuk and Bon Accord Civic Heritage Association is presenting a "good oldfashioned concert party" with acts celebrating the north-east's local dialect.
The Chainsmokers, the electronic dance music duo composed of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, is set to return to Manila for yet another concert party on Aug.
The Welshman, who played Battery Sergeant Major Williams in the hit BBC sitcom about a Royal Artillery concert party in India, died last month, aged 88.
By 1969, Moses Olaiya had become a full-time professional theatre comedian after he disbanded his Moses Olaiya Concert Party.
The 25-year-old had formed a concert party and given recitals at army camps.
Nuneaton legend Larry Grayson is believed to have made his stage debut at the club, singing with The Very Lights concert party.
The society's concert party will sing four pieces at the event at the Metropolitan Cathedral on September 11.
While terming the PTI a dancing party, he said the people will not give any heed towards such musical concert party which has no objective rather to spread anarchy in the country.
It was while teaching at Grangetown Board School that Ethel met headmistress Connie Burns, who was a fellow music lover and founder of the Eston Concert Party.
After getting rave reviews from the judge in the verbal adjudication, the little concert party my grandkids were in were unplaced.