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marquee

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  • n  large and often sumptuous tent
  • n  permanent canopy over an entrance of a hotel etc.

  • In downtown Columbus, the marquee of the Ohio Theatre is touting an appearance (performance?) by David Gergen.
  • In its unending search for titles that will make good reading on theater marquees, Hollywood is still hard to satisfy.
  • Bankable in Bollywood, she tired of formulaic fare and is one of the few marquee actresses willing to risk reputation to take adventurous roles in experimental films.
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  • Mike Lowell in San Jose Mercury News
    It's going to be exciting,Boston third baseman Mike Lowell said. "We've got some marquee names that are going to bring a lot of attention over there. So in that sense it's great, but I don't think guys are too happy to go 22 hours on a...
  • Brian France in Minneapolis Star Tribune
    He's the marquee driver that we have - no different than a marquee franchise that other sports enjoy,France said. "So when historically important teams like the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA do well, conversely the NBA does better.
  • Rio Ferdinand in guardian.co.uk
    La Liga have bought marquee players - I think Ronaldo obviously, Kaká and Ibrahimovic are three of the best players in the world and any team would like to have them,Ferdinand said. "They've all gone to La Liga alongside the likes of...

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