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  • n  acting like a clown or buffoon

  • Few of the rosy romantics who read Austin Dobson, collect bisque statuets of Pierrot Columbine and attend lectures on the 17th Century harlequinade like to remember that there .
  • In the harlequinade tumble for television, radio and newspaper publicity, more and more Congressmen have begun to play to the microphone and the lens.
  • UnTiMEworthy is the phrase in PTI'S review of Tonight at 8:30 calling Noel Coward's harlequinade the "first smash hit of a middling season.

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