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  • s  with little or no preparation or forethought
    an extemporary lecture

  • In a baseball park on the outskirts of Manhattan, 20,000 people assembled while Kleig lights concentrated their glare upon an extemporary stage erected over second base.
  • The singer (Lilyan Tashman) has been exiled by the police from Budapest to the familiar Hungarian musical comedy steppesa district of palaces, vineyards, and extemporary .

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