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  1. What had I brought to the bandstand?
  2. There was a bandstand and it looked familiar.
  3. This was the best view of the bandstand in the house.
  4. A mere cast of his gaze at the bandstand clarified her warning.
  5. We bolted out of our bolt-hole and onto the back of the bandstand.

  6. He groaned and sat on the grass by the bandstand, knowing he wouldn't be able to avoid her for long.
  7. They were working on repainting the bandstand for the upcoming Spring Festival organized by the local Historical Society.
  8. But now one of the sweating rope-haulers jumped on the bandstand, crammed a red fez on his head, mouthed the trombone in a great wail.
  9. The gaudy bandstand, kind of a circular stage in various levels, was in the exact epicenter of the room, where all eyes could see it.
  10. The man, muscular, with broad shoulders, taller and heavier than the very tall Alina Darwin, came up from behind her as she danced alone in front of the bandstand.
  11. They had discovered that Musab had built a replica English Victorian park, complete with bandstand and a pavilion, a few miles further up the mountain overlooking the savannah.
  12. How surprised suddenly climbed on the bandstand and declared that she thought the war ought to the bazaar would be if they knew what she really was thinking! How shocked if she.
  13. There seemed little doubt that the bandstand featured in the sepia prints of Tong Yee and his family, dressed in their Sunday best, posing for photographs as a military band played in regimental uniforms.
  14. My Raymond housemates and I also watched the predecessor of MTV, American Bandstand, and since the high school girls who appeared on the show lived in nearby Trenton, New Jersey, we had a regular pen-pal party going.
  15. Some of the older guys in the orchestra had seen Sarah Vaughan or Jimmy Rushing on the bandstand, and their expressions ranged from amusement and pity all the way through to a contemptuous How in the hell did this guy get the gig? look.

  16. Everything was good and sweet, the air was that blend of the dead and the living, of the rains and the dusts, of the incense from the church, and the brass smell of the tuba on the bandstand which pulsed out vast rhythms of ‘La Paloma.
  17. Everything was good and sweet, the air was that blend of the dead and the living, of the rains and the dusts, of the incense from the church, and the brass smell of the tubas on the bandstand which pulsed out vast rhythms of La Paloma.
  18. Around 25,000 people started to take part in the march, which started outside the council's Waverley Court headquarters on East Market Street and was due to finish at the Ross Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens, where there was to be a series of speakers.
  19. I’d seen Ray just once since he played on the Poisoned Rose session for King of America in 1986, and that was when he’d startled an audience of hard-core jazz fans at Ronnie Scott’s by giving a shout-out to me from the bandstand, later that year.
  20. Eberhard spotted an empty table close to the bandstand near the brass section which was sure to drown out any meaningful conversation, but who wanted to start cosy dialogue in a joint like this anyway? We had come without wearing overcoats to save on hat-check costs, a fact our waiter, a rotund little penguin, noticed immediately.
  21. They went down to the pavilion at eight o'clock, and it was big and empty and echoing, with an empty bandstand, which filled slowly until at nine o'clock there were a lot of people seated at the tables, and the orchestra, a nine-piece band (hadn't it been a twenty-piece band in 1929, wondered the husband), broke into a medley of old tunes.
  22. In it were the following fresh ingredients: a candy-box of a bandstand where men stood on Thursday and Sunday nights exploding music; fine, green-patinaed bronze-copper benches all scrolled and flourished; fine blue and pink tiled walks — blue as women's newly lacquered eyes, pink as women's hidden wonders; and fine French-clipped trees in the shapes of exact hatboxes.
  23. In it were the following fresh ingredients: a candy-box of a bandstand where men stood on Thursday and Sunday nights exploding music; fine, green-patinated bronze-copper benches all scrolled and flourished; fine blue and pink tiled walks—blue as women’s newly lacquered eyes, pink as women’s hidden wonders; and fine French-clipped trees in the shapes of exact hatboxes.
  24. And then there’s that nightclub or party or disco, who can tell the way Weber makes movies, and everybody’s yakking away at each other like the music’s for getting laid and Baker’s looking out at them from the bandstand with that cool look of his but there’s something in his eyes, some mixture of innocent disbelief and contempt so honest you never ever want to talk again when someone even half as good is singing, and listen, maybe the man got wasted every chance a needle came around, but he had his priorities.

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