Singer


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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Production has been ongoing in London, and Singer was supposed to be hands-on on shooting the scenes for the movie.
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Folk Singer Laila Jutti said that Zarsanga is a true asset of Pakistan due to her unique and attractive style of singing.
The singer also observed how Filipinos treat some artists.
The singer revealed that her dream is to sing a duet with Egyptian singer Tamer Husni.
In this slim volume, Florence Noiville offers a succinct, objective biography of Singer (1904-1991) that is written with such flair and verve.
Any Singer biographer is massively hampered by the fact that almost nothing pertaining to Singer's first thirty-one years of life in small-town Jewish Poland and Warsaw (1904 to 1935) has survived.
Connie, below, from Pembrokeshire, was the winner of the Welsh Musical Theatre Young Singer of the Year in 2006, before hitting the big time on the TV show How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?
Like Pollan, Singer and Mason believe industrial eaters are intentionally kept in the dark about how their eating affects others (humans and animals), and they address this blindness by tracing various meals (three, in this case) back to their roots.
It's the spiritual aspect of Cohen's huge body of work that Perla Batalla, a former backup singer for the bard, aims to illuminate at Saturday's tribute concert to Cohen at UCLA's Royce Hall.
The size and shape of a performance space affects how a singer sounds.