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cho·rine

 (kôr′ēn′)
n.
A chorus girl.

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chorine

(ˈkɔːriːn)
n
(Dancing) a female dancer who is part of a chorus line
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cho′rus girl`


n.
a female singer or dancer of the chorus of a musical comedy, vaudeville show, etc.
[1890–95]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chorine - a woman who dances in a chorus linechorine - a woman who dances in a chorus line
chorus line, chorus - a body of dancers or singers who perform together
dancer, professional dancer, terpsichorean - a performer who dances professionally
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What we said: "The fundamental conundrum of how to sell a traditional musical to audiences unaccustomed to characters bursting into song was solved by (Bill) Condon's script, which reimagines the numbers as the fruit of a stage-struck chorine's rich fantasy life, intercutting them with the parallel reality the songs narrate."--David Rooney (Dec.
The fundamental conundrum of how to sell a traditional musical to audiences unaccustomed to characters bursting into song was solved by Condon's script, which reimagines the numbers as the fruit of a stagestruck chorine's rich fantasy life, intercutting them with the parallel reality the songs narrate.
Caitlin Carter plays Cassie, the once-promising chorine who flirted with stardom and now is a maturing hoofer.
The musical is peopled not by characters but by showbiz archetypes: Dorothy Brock, the dragon-lady star ripe for a comeuppance, played with a delicious sense of style by Christine Ebersole, who also sings sensationally; the imperious director Julian Marsh (Michael Cumpsty, making the best of an ill-fitting role), who proffers hammy exhortations to the kids to go out there and knock 'em dead; the anonymous chorine -- might as well call her the Ruby Keeler -- who becomes an overnight star when the leading lady gets injured, a role danced gloriously and acted facelessly by Kate Levering.
In Roaring '20s Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband, Amos, to take the rap until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie.
Membrane bioreactor system (MBR) is very effective against some of the most commonly found pathogens such as cryptosporidium and giardia witch cannot be eliminated with other traditional waste water treatment process such as chorine. On the basis of the various application of membrane bioreactor system, the overall market can be divided into two broad categories namely, industrial wastewater treatment and municipal waste water treatment.
It found that Syrian government troops used nerve agent sarin and chorine barrel bombs on several occasions, while Islamic State militants were found to have used sulphur mustard.