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(1) The actor moved upstage away from the audience.
(2) They're much too upstage for us these days.
(3) Upstage and right of centre, Robert Morris stands with his back to the audience.
(4) They slowly moved from upstage left into the centre.
(5) He looks upstage to where the body is lying.
(6) He tried to upstage his boss at the meeting.
(7) He enters upstage, makes a small arc and leaves by the same side, a few feet downstage.
(8) The lid opened upstage so all the sound was thrown up the back wall.
(9) Position a camera upstage.
(10) Graham relished the opportunity to upstage Chelsea and found in the talented Russell the width to dominate the game from midfield.
(11) The dancers were directed to move upstage.
(12) For example, a bassist who stands upstage left and sings as well.
(13) An interpreter must n't upstage the speaker.
(14) She crossed to the upstage chair forcing the lead to turn his back to the audience.
(15) Can anybody tell me what the difference between upstage and downstage is?
(16) Apple may well upstage all of them by announcing its own tablet - like device in January.
(17) Chicago will probably never upstage New York as the hub for America's investment banking talent.
(18) He was upstage with strangers.
(19) Most supporting bands tend to be youngsters(http://Sentencedict.com), and rarely upstage the star.
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