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Synonyms for mime

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a performer skilled at copying the manner or expression of another

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an actor who communicates entirely by gesture and facial expression

a performance using gestures and body movements without words

imitate (a person or manner), especially for satirical effect

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act out without words but with gestures and bodily movements only

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Malameh Mime Troupe, in co-operation with other cultural organisations in Egypt, celebrated the occasion in el-Hanager Space for Arts in the grounds of the Cairo Opera House.
With the major political changes taking place in Egypt and the rest of the Arab world, there is a great need for us to hold more events like this to promote the work of mime artists in Egypt," added Hozaien, who has held a number of mime workshops in Cairo and participated in international workshops abroad.
Leaving the issues of theatricality and mime behind for a moment, each new "plot" contradicts and modifies the preceding ones.
Kirichenko has thrown a lot of balls into the air for his readers to catch, involving improvisation found in rhetoric, mime and the Satyrica in sections I and III, together with contradictory approaches to understanding the novel in section II.
He remembers the late, great Worcester mime Peter Abbott, who died 21 years ago at the untimely age of 32.
In the 1990s, after moving to Vancouver Island, he mixed mime and storytelling in the autobiographical "Mime Out Loud.
Marceau is the truest mime living and practicing the art," says Irwin.
Like Irwin, Marceau embraces mime as physical theater.
Our intent to register SGML-Open-CATALOG as a MIME type is a key part of the Consortium's strategy to enable the delivery of SGML on the Internet," said Mary Laplante, executive director of SGML Open.
2) A copy of the Internet Draft "Using Catalogs and MIME to Exchange SGML Documents" can be obtained at ftp://ds0.