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1) The Prague impresario Guardasoni was given the unenviable task of getting one together.
2) He fancied himself as something of an impresario, and had some experience negotiating contracts with Hollywood studios.
3) Spennymoor impresario John Wray met Angie last summer and was inspired to book her for several tours of the North-East.
4) The impresario had buttoned his astrakhan coat.
5) He was Zyama Karp, the impresario of the Russian Riviera restaurant.
6) The pop impresario is set to become Sir Simon Cowell as a reward for his services to music and charity work.
7) However, David Atkins, the Australian impresario who produced the show, said the organisers of the event were unable to contain their exuberance.
8) The five-member band, put together by pop impresario Louis Walsh, who also assembled Girls Aloud and Westlife, was most popular in Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Britain.
9) The impresario will present an expanded series of concerts next season.
10) Music impresario Simon Cowell may top the record charts with his proteges,[http://sentencedict.com/impresario.html] but could only manage a modest 43 in the best-dressed list.
11) Not long after World War II, a small-time impresario in Los Angeles named Irwin Parnes heard what he thought was a great pianist at a cocktail party of Hungarians.
12) The Proms was the brainchild of the impresario Robert Newman, manager of the newly built Queen's Hall in London.
13) Geffen, the music impresario and a co-founder of DreamWorks SKG, and Eli Broad, a real estate developer, have explored making bids for The Los Angeles Times.
14) The impresario, best known for The X Factor and American Idol, has "reshaped 21st century television and music around the world, " organisers said.
15) There were several large photographs and the one that he was particularly fond of certainly gives the impression of the successful impresario.
16) Salieri's mistress Caterina Cavalieri, and the author of the text, Stephanie himself, as the eponymous impresario.
17) It was a Franco-Italo production, put together by the great impresario de Bailhac in 1936.
18) She was the publicist for a syndicate of galleries in Soho, an impresario of special events.
19) He was then a figure in Boise society, scion of Thomas Oglethorpe Tucker, the lumber and tinned-trout impresario.
20) Moira Shearer stars as a young ballerina driven to perform at the peak of her abilities by domineering impresario Anton Walbrook much to the consternation of her jealous husband Marius Goring .
21) Federal regulators in the United States have charged the financier and cricket impresario, Allen Stanford, with what they described as massive fraud.
22) But following the huge success of Goodman from 1935 on, the influence and tireless energies of the liberal impresario, producer and writer John Hammond changed all that three years later.
23) He would first have to learn the Italian, engage an impresario, make contacts.
24) One hour after he returned to his apartment, he saw a posting on the website of Adafruit Industries, the open source hardware company run by hacker impresario Limor Fried.
25) Amy Chua lives in New Haven, Conn., in an imposing mock-Tudor mansion — complete with gargoyles — that was built in the 1920s for a vaudeville impresario.
26) The former spymaster on Citi's board and the theatrical impresario on Lehman's may have been happy to ask questions, but were they the right ones?
27) The other challenge I had, of course, is that when I got involved, they were all like 'oh my God here is this rock and roll impresario, he's gonna destroy belly dance.
28) I don't know if you're a fan of Seth MacFarlane, the impresario behind a succession of hit animated series like Family Guy and American Dad.
29) She is named as Outstanding Tutorship Teacher and Outstanding Impresario .
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