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1. The comic opera of Gilbert and Sullivan is a regular feature on the Alexandra's varied programme.
2. The comic opera aspect of Berlusconi that so exasperates critics invites comparisons with Mussolini, but the real similarity is that both men promoted a kind of "anti-politics."
3. Those who sat through the comic opera of the Multilateral Force will realise at once that this is where we came in.
4. But the comic opera has meanwhile crystallised doubts about the quality of his leadership.
5. I doubt it too; it is simply too good comic opera to be true.
6. Opera "The Marriage of Figaro" and "The Barber of Seville" the two most classical works in comic opera[sentencedict.com], and there are just some links between them.
7. Firstly, it aims at the process how the composer used the abundant ways to represent the particular style of comic opera.
8. Shewasnow one of a groupoforiental beauties who, in the second act of the comic opera, wereparadedbythe vizier before potentate as the treasures of his harem.
9. She was now one of a group of oriental beauties who, in the second act of the comic opera, were paraded by the vizier before the new potentate as the treasures of his harem.
10. The outcome of the next election will depend more on unemployment than on Mr Obama's handling of the past month's comic opera on the debt ceiling.
11. "I get pretty groggy, " I said, "It's like a comic opera today.
12. Mr Obama says that with the debt fight behind him he can now pivot back to jobs. But the comic opera has meanwhile crystallised doubts about the quality of his leadership.
13. In Wang Guowei there, "Drama" is a relatively broad concept, including song and dance drama, comic opera, but also "real drama.
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