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interlude
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’Oh!’ said the manager, ’the little ballet interlude.
  • ’Heigho!’ sighed Nicholas, as he threw himself back in the prompter’s chair, after telegraphing the needful directions to Smike, who had been playing a meagre tailor in the interlude, with one skirt to his coat, and a little pocket-handkerchief with a large hole in it, and a woollen nightcap, and a red nose, and other distinctive marks peculiar to tailors on the stage.

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  • during a brief interlude between games on college football Saturday
  • talked during the quiet of an interlude in the bombardment

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