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not performed on the stage

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He depicts everyday unstaged street scenes with people going about their everyday lives.
He depicts unstaged street scenes with people going about their everyday lives.
Although Welty's unstaged photographs depict the bleak lives of their subjects, Welty did not claim neutrality in their creation.
Spokes' hard–working performance, which includes sharp staged and unstaged moments of interaction with the audience, has nothing to fault – from the sharp skiffle numbers played by a live band to winning comedy turns from Emma Barton as brassy love interest Dolly and Michael Dylan as the continually set–upon old geezer Ale – and a lot to laugh at.
2001) used by the GCCR defined tumors as localized, regional, distant, and unstaged.
Race/ Men Ethnicity Local Regional Distant Unstaged Non-Hispanic 42 35 19 4 White Non-Hispanic 36 34 25 5 African American Asian 40 37 19 4 American/ Pacific Islander American 36 37 24 3 Indian/Alaska Native Hispanic 37 36 22 5 Race/ Women Ethnicity Local Regional Distant unstaged Non-Hispanic 40 36 19 5 White Non-Hispanic 36 34 24 6 African American Asian 38 41 18 3 American/ Pacific Islander American 40 39 17 3 Indian/Alaska Native Hispanic 37 36 21 5
20) But while this scholarship has demonstrated some of the ways in which the stage (or even unstaged closet plays) offered forms of recuperation and sites of potentiality for many women writers, I would like to suggest that Romantic drama by women also served as a negative space--in the dual sense of both representing a site of absence and of displaying the failure of these optimistic ideals and values, rendering them visible indirectly, by contrast.
3-6) WV has a lower incidence but higher rates of advanced and unstaged breast cancer (BC).
Playwright Sharr White agreed to have a portion of his as-yet unstaged The Snow Geese (slated to debut this fall on Broadway) published in the inaugural issue alongside Trombert's pictorial of actors costumed by Chane staffers as the characters in the play.
Clips from LOLwork (which Huh swears is an unstaged slice of office life) show staffers riding a Segway, strumming a ukulele, and doing tricks with their tongues and eyeballs.
Table 1: Characteristics of Cutaneous Melanoma Patients in the United States, Diagnosed 2005-2007 Non-Hispanic Hispanic Blacks Whites Whites Total Melanoma 41,396 (100%) 1,285 (100%) 187 (100%) Cases Sex Male 24,203 (58%) 542 (42%) 83 (44%) Female 17,733 (42%) 743 (58%) 104 (56%) Age 0-39 years 5,157 (12%) 298 (23%) 31 (17%) 40-49 years 6,341 (15%) 256 (20%) 22 (12%) 50-59 years 8,620 (21%) 243 (19%) 31 (17%) 60-69 years 8,160 (20%) 200 (16%) 36 (19%) 70-79 years 7,664 (18%) 166 (13%) 40 (21%) 80+ years 5,994 (14%) 122 (10%) 27 (14%) Stage Localized 35,473 (85%) 934 (73%) 108 (58%) Regional 3,617 (9%) 196 (15%) 35 (19%) Distant 1,567 (4%) 98 (8%) 28 (15%) Unstaged 1,279 (3%) 57 (4%) 16 (9%) Thickness [greater than 27,121 (65%) 655 (51%) 61 (33%) or equal to] 1.
Undifferentiated or unstaged abdominal malignancy in all adult patients.
6% (17 of 29) of the resections had concordant pT stages with initial biopsies (pTa, n = 14; pT1, n = 3), with 4 biopsies unstaged owing to a lack of subepithelial tissue or severely fragmented/disrupted tissue precluding assessment of invasion through the basement membrane.