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a female usher

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"In addition to her normal duty as usherette, during the interval she put on, and played through the cinema speaker system, a record of a popular song title of that time.
The genius Chantilly handler is responsible for Usherette as she looks to follow in the hoofprints of Esoterique, the Fabre mare who won this race two years ago.
Five-year-old Usherette, who races out of the legendary Andre Fabre's stables in France, has already sampled success at the Rowley Mile course, having won the nine-furlong Group 2 Dahlia Stakes in May, 2016.
Andre Fabre, trainer of Usherette and Via Ravenna I'm happy with Usherette in every respect and she's going to run well.
Qemah won last year's Coronation Stakes but may be better with give in the ground, a comment that could also apply to Usherette, who won this 12 months ago.
Usherette has not been seen since finishing sixth in the Falmouth Stakes.
Fabre said: "Usherette has always been a filly I've thought highly of but the difference this year is she's stronger and more mature."
Fabre said the Breeders' Cup Mile, and a potential clash with Queen Anne heroine Tepin, at Santa Anita could also be an option for Usherette.
"When we show two there is an interval and the usherette comes in with popcorn.
Hammond was a holiday rep and cinema usherette before nding TV fame.
He plays Danny, a shy lad who gets a job at a cinema because he fancies usherette Suki (Jodi Albert).
Atkins gradually worked her way up from usherette until she was allowed into the company, where she performed in both classical and modern plays alongside actors including Alec Guinness and Laurence Olivier.
Browne hit the moment of ecstasy in his chanting, he suddenly fell to his knees, sobbing and weeping, his head sweeping about in circles, then falling into a state of collapse....Now dependent on the usherette at his right-hand side, the struck-down, crawling Rev.
On the wall, we see a chart setting out the contents of the bit of imaginary film being tangentially represented by the real one we've been watching - something to do with a theater usherette who sneaks out of a performance of Shakespeare for a quick drink at a pub, interspersed with seemingly unrelated scenes (a flashback, perhaps, or simply a separate narrative line whose connection would have been clarified later on in the story) about a couple on a beach, first struggling, then kissing.
Already the faux-deco Polynesian movie palace, the Kuhio (where Bette Midler worked as an usherette) is gone, to be replaced by Nike Town.