Melchior

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United States operatic tenor (born in Denmark) noted for his Wagnerian roles (1890-1973)

(New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus

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I kept asking for the difference between the BB Bold and BB Curve and she looked more and more puzzled and kept telling me that for business the Bold is better," Melchoir wrote in a letter to Gulf News.
Hans Walter Gabler, Wolfhard Steppe, and Claus Melchoir.
Hearing baritone John Salvi's King Melchoir made the price of admission the bargain of the year.
If you see one deer cross the road, chances are there are more nearby, noted Penney Melchoir, Department of Natural Resources Field Coordinator.
He and his blue demon sidekick, Melchoir (who also is his laptop computer), uncover the plot while hacking into the Fates' system.
Among other highlights of his year was the ceremony at Coventry Cathedral last October when Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Rabbi Michael Melchoir and Sheikh Tal El Sider, a senior adviser to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, were awarded the Coventry Peace Prize along with Michel Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch of the Roman Catholic Church in the Holy Land.
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Lauritz Melchoir, Wagnerian tenor and would-be cinematic leading man, belted out "Because" with scarcely less conviction than "Nothung" in Die Walkure.
Meanwhile Smith has been at the negotiating table with Dutch defender Melchoir Schoenmakers - one of the players the United boss watched during his trip to Holland last week.
She's done all kinds of singles and fullfledged albums, some with Billy and some with this dude Dan Melchoir, not to mention some on her own.
Diderot invites his reader and companion observer throughout the Salons, Frederic Melchoir Grimm, to partake in his enthusiasm for the work of art, now animated by his own interventions: "Touch the statue here" ("Appuyez-y le doigt").