crowd-puller

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crowd-puller

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crowd puller

n
informal a person, object, event, etc, that attracts a large audience
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crowd-puller

[ˈkraʊdˌpʊləʳ] Ngran atracción f
the show is bound to be a crowd-pullerno cabe duda de que este espectáculo atraerá a mucho público
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If the team continues to play attractive football and gets more positive results, they can give traditional biggest crowd-pullers Bangor and Rhyl a run for their money over the rest of the season.
The festival hosts a theatrical comedy show featuring highly skilled circus acts 'Mango & Dango', as well as a bucket drummer, magicians and a living statue duo -- other crowd-pullers.
It is a perfect use of the revamped Square, with a range of entertainment lined up alongside the stalls and this event, along with the popular Festival of Light, are great crowd-pullers which certainly put Huddersfield on the map.
Other big crowd-pullers in 2012 included The Dark Knight Rises which took PS56.
The three-hour event will feature 12 leading crowd-pullers from South India, including highly reputed playback singers, comedians and RJs.
We are not the crowd-pullers of world cricket anymore and the international teams know that," the Daily Times quoted Sohail, as saying.
Ellis, who joined the Godfather of Soul, James Brown's Revue in 1965 and became band leader within six months, formed a line-up which was assembled to combine classic crowd-pullers with emerging Welsh talent.
Easy - sod the big crowd-pullers for your testimonial, Etxeberria (below) played a local school team.
Tinchy Stryder, Calvin Harris and Mark Ronson were among the other big crowd-pullers at the event.
But the evil Baron has other plans for the cuddly crowd-pullers.
One of the crowd-pullers at tomorrow's family fun day will be one of the most famous aircraft ever built.
THERE are two great contests in prospect at Kilcohan Park tomorrrow, where the semi-finals of the Gain Waterford Masters will be big crowd-pullers.