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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Although the majority of the book focuses on the songstress in Hong Kong cinema, the first chapter on the early incarnation of the songstress in pre-war Shanghai cinema is an important addition which enables Ma to address larger historical questions.
Marleycote Princess, above, and below, Marleycote Songstress are in line for a prestigious global title
2 Katy Perry: The star of this songstress is showing no signs of fading.
WELSH songstress Duffy has lost out on the chance to sing the title track to the next James Bond film.
SONGSTRESS Sonia (pictured) is passionate about her roots.
When I came to and my friends told me who I was married to,'' the former songstress said, ``I really had no choice.
The history of the Welsh songstress and the pop hits of the past four decades are set to meet at the ninth annual all-women's music festival.
Comedian and songstress Sandra Bernhard tours the Midwest and East Coast in December with fellow diva Cyndi Lauper.
Recently, she directed a remount of her production of Enoch Arden by Alfred, Lord Jabber and his Catatonic Songstress for The Theatre Centre in Toronto.
The Songstress performances are uncomfortably raw, suggesting that Thauberger might be encouraging us to poke fun at her subjects' earnestness.
The Canadian songstress will join headliners Stereophonics and Travis at V2002 in the grounds of the Staffordshire stately home on August 17 and 18.
Twelve-year-old songstress Alysha Antonio makes a big impression on the set.