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  • Concert, assembly, opera, theatre, drive, nothing is new to my Lady under the worn-out heavens.
  • Mr. Skimpole could play on the piano and the violoncello, and he was a composer—had composed half an opera once, but got tired of it—and played what he composed with taste.
  • I shall take my little meal, I think, at the French house, in the Opera Colonnade.
  • There are no caricatures, now, of effeminate exquisites so arrayed, swooning in opera boxes with excess of delight and being revived by other dainty creatures poking long-necked scent-bottles at their noses.
  • Yet every dim little star revolving about her, from her maid to the manager of the Italian Opera, knows her weaknesses, prejudices, follies, haughtinesses, and caprices and lives upon as accurate a calculation and as nice a measure of her moral nature as her dressmaker takes of her physical proportions.

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  • She is a popular opera singer.
  • We’re going to the opera this evening.

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