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performer

A UK term of art for a GP (all GPs are required by law to be registered on a primary care trusts (PCT)’s Performer List in order to work within the area covered by the PCT). Performers are often partners in a GP practice, but may include locum, out-of-hours (OOH), and salaried doctors. Practice partners were previously known as GP principals.
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Office of Personnel Management (OPM), reported in Poor Performers in Government: A Quest for the True Story, found that only 7.
Metro area is another variable influencing the size of salary increases for top performers.
The artful blurring of divisions between the various parts of this wonderful ecology--the group dinner at which performers and audience mixed and met; the guest-DJ slots for Spooky, Lone Twin, and whoever else wanted to seize the opportunity; the daytime workshops and chats; the nightly postmortems at the Works, where we drank and danced and saw at least one person taking risks deep into the night--gave every performer myriad chances to find or make meanings.
Built around top-notch choreography and socially-conscious themes, much of the magic comes from the irresistible sexual self-confidence of the performers and from a butch-femme visual language.
IRIS Performer is an extensible programming interface for creating real-time visual simulation and other interactive 3D graphics applications.
While there's hardly a stampede of classical performers emerging from the closet, the record-buying public is clearly hungry for identifiable gay and lesbian personalities.
This history reverses the old pattern, in which a performer got a contract and then produced a music video.
in full gallop across the stage; of Marilyn Miller, whose coltish, loose-limbed dancing is so winsome that her allure shines right through the grainy scrim of ancient film; of Al Jolson, swiveling his hips and making me finally understand--all these years later--why my old boss considered him the most sensational performer he'd ever seen; of George Gershwin banging on the rehearsal piano for a galaxy of tapping chorus girls; of Ethel Waters and John Bubbles performing together.
Each performer took up position according to a preplotted distance marked by a large hand-painted sign.
Arden, Jenn Colella and Thom Sesma are the three performers of ``The Times'' who have specific roles within the narrative structure that Tharp - through Dylan's music - has established.
When anxiety prevents an individual from performing her best, not only is the performer affected, but others' musical experience also may be affected.
Compagnie Felix Ruckert's Deluxe Joy Pilot went even further than Minus 16 in shattering the distance between audience and performer.