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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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The Everton boss said: "Him (Tosun) and many others because we need a front man if we can find one, so we'll be actively looking for a front man in this window.
A fee is unlikely to be involved for the identified front man currently plying his trade in the lower divisions of Scottish football.
But Robins needs to be quick if he wants to secure the out-of-contract front man who is about to be placed in a high-profile shop window.
Front man of the accused stated that estimated amount collected during this illicit practice used to be around one crore rupees (Rs 10 million) every month.
Musician and songwriter Dancel is former front man and guitarist of the band Sugarfree.
On the identification of that front man, NAB has also arrested the mastermind namely Syed Ali Jafar Naqvi who was holding multiple identity cards of various government departments including PARC.
US metalhead Corey was named the seventh-greatest metal front man ever by NME magazine.
4 ARON GUNNARSSON: Seemed to be playing off the front man in another strange twist by Solskjaer.
Former Bay City Rollers front man Les McKeown has been named as this year's guest judge, and he said: "The scotch pie is an icon and is something I look forward to coming home to.
Pink Floyd's former front man declares Israel boycott British rocker and former Pink Floyd front man, Roger Waters published an open letter addressing all other musicians to boycott Israel.
Nobuteru Ishihara, a high-profile veteran in the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party, is regarded by many party colleagues as the front man in its bid to regain power through the next general election.
The only oddity, which worked out well anyway, was the bass playing front man.