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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Indeed, Falwell was merely the titular leader or front man for a group conceived and hatched by two Catholics, Paul Weyrich and Richard Viguerie; a Jew, Howard Phillips; and a Baptist, Ed McAteer.
Reagan's long career as a front man for business interests, Wills argues convincingly, has to be seen as completely uncynical, though somewhat self-deluding.
The tour will mark the first time since 1984 that original VAN HALEN front man David Lee Roth will perform with Eddie and Alex Van Halen along with new bassist Wolfgang Van Halen for 40 shows this summer.
A meeting with Squeeze front man and songwriter Glenn Tilbrook in 1996 led to his playing with and supporting Squeeze and being signed to Tilbrook's own Quixotic label.
Front man bassist and vocalist Wayne Ellis, alongside Andy Fox, Greg Alcock and Tim Read, continue to keep the memory of Thin Lizzy alive, with their sell-out shows.
WELSH academics claim to have discovered compelling evidence to prove Shakespeare was a well-paid front man for the real author of his work.
Is this the same great man that, unknown to the great British public, was getting paid thousands of pounds till 2007 to be the front man on the BBC charity shows Children in Need?
McCarthy's squad boasts the country's top marksman Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Scottish striker Chris Iwelumo, Ireland front man Andy Keogh and Welsh striker Sam Vokes.
LEEDS boss Gary McAllister believes former Livingston front man Robert Snodgrass can finally fulfil his potential by helping the club back to where they belong.
CAMBRIDGE UNITED front man Robbie Simpson is eligible to sign for City from Sunday when his contract expires with the Conference side.
Rollins, front man of punk outfit Black Flag, will bring his spoken word show to the Full Ponty Fringe at Pontypridd Municipal Arts Centre on May 25, the eve of the music festival in Ponty Park.