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o puh ra tik

  • a  of or relating to or characteristic of opera

  • Under it, an operatic cast is seldom rehearsed as a unit.
  • After that, for ten publicity-filled years, blue-eyed, 5-ft Maggie Teyte was America's operatic sweetheart.
  • Even by the famously hot-blooded standards of opera, last week's passionate dramma giocoso at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City was positively -- well, operatic.
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  • Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov in ABC News
    Our flourishing nation should not stand separate from the world,Berdymukhamedov told a group of Turkmen intellectuals at a meeting Saturday. "It absolutely should have a worthy operatic theater and a worthy state circus."
  • Rob Tapert in Los Angeles Times
    We tried to do the western, operatic version of violence and bloodshed,said Rob Tapert, who serves as executive producer with his creative partners, Joshua Donen and director Sam Raimi (Tapert is also Lawless' husband).
  • Jon Favreau in Arizona Republic
    I think you saw it happen after 9/11,Favreau said. "I don't think it's any coincidence that the era of Spiderman/Lord of the Rings, good-vs.-evil escapist fantasies, with very simple, operatic paradigms of good and evil playing it out in...

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