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Synonyms for theatric

suggesting drama or a stage performance, as in emotionality or suspense

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On October 1, 2012, the curtains will once again rise on the sixth edition of the Dubai Festival for Youth Theatre, a one-of-its-kind initiative aimed at recognising and cultivating Emirati and UAE-based theatric talent.
There appeared little immediate threat as Suarez headed toward the byline down the right of the box, but Kemy Agustien recklessly stuck a leg across the Uruguayan and, although his fall was theatric, there could be no real argument about the decision to point to the spot.
Blackburn tried to work their way back into the game and there was a nervous moment for Hudson when he struggled to reach a through ball, but Rhodes' dive over him was too theatric to interest referee Simon Hooper.
6) Such is Roth's self-confessed masquerade in harmony with the theatric context that Roth ascribes to the stunning series of letters written by Saul Bellow's Herzog: "The letters are his intensity demonstrated; they provide the stage for his intellectual theater, the one-man show where he is least likely to act the role of the fool.
Many Syrian musical groups are participating in the activity, including Enana Dance Theatre Group which will present theatric show 'Julia Domna'.
The jury includes screenwriter Jamal Salem Al Tamimi, theatre professionals Hafez Amaan and Najila Al Shehhi, theatre actor Abdullah Saleh, and writer/poet and theatric researcher and critic Haitham Al Khawaja.
Dante, with his strong, theatric voice, brought the story to life with wicked humor, drama-queen explosions and well-placed pathos.
He wanted to know all about the negotiations with North Korea, and I described some of the more theatric moments.
The daughter of theatric Collins and his wife, Elsa parent had ambitions for t daughters, but Joan becam while Jackie half-heartedl her sister's footsteps befor writer.
The novel's pictorial depiction of the Shanghai Lane in morning mist has the effect of brushing aside the dust to reveal a time-peeled, faded oil painting or "lifting a theatric curtain" (4).
An emotionally moving background score that perfectly complements a soulful drama about sparking transformations, My Name is Khan is highly recommended especially for fans of the movie, and features a wealth of bonus tracks (plus a video theatric trailer playable on one's PC)
The Minister of Economy threatens tourist agencies that he will punish them and according to him, they are to "be blamed" for the theatric situation with ethnic Albanian asylum seekers from Lipkovo and Kumanovo, comments Bekri Ajdini.
The volume contains a wonderfully wrought theatric six-part poem, "Pahari Parrots," from Dangerlok (200l), one of her two novellas (the second being Dev and Simran), in addition to some fine early unpublished and more recent poems.
Ammar Houry and Souheil Bouji will deliver a word 19:00 Amshit theatric Artisanat holds a graduation ceremony by presenting a theatric show entitled "Boat with no fisherman" - Deir al Ountosh, Jbeil 19:00 Launching "Beirut Waw" movie by Fady Nasr Eddine in cooperation with the Culture Ministry at centre Sofil 20:30 FPM Engineers Committee holds a Dinner banquet under the patronage of deputy General Michel Aoun, at Imarat Hall - Habtoor Hotel, Sin el Fil
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