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scene

(sēn),
Continuous action in one place; exhibition of questionable behavior.
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The bingo hall features an attractive mural painted on its interior walls which sets the scene in keeping with local thoroughbred horse interests.
1) Second-grader David Bogosian operates the camera while coordinator Jodi Purcell sets the scene at Highlands School.
The arrival of TNX systems to make journeys more interesting sets the scene for the lines continued growth and enhancement.
In "Donor Party," a mad house sets the scene for a game of fleshy cut and paste that makes the Island of Dr.
Footage of bell-bottomed idiots traipsing obliviously past mountains of uncollected London garbage (there was a strike on) unmistakably sets the scene.
Epps wittily sets the scene to a pleasantly relaxed version of ``It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing.
Scott Caldwell), sets the scene and mood with an opening monologue that, apparently, comes from beyond the grave.