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 n.— «Myself, I go to the run-through and then to what is called the “stagger”, the first rehearsal without a script in one’s hands.» —“She put me in mind of the Hollywood star of whom it was enquired, ‘Would you say she’s a nymphomaniac?’” Independent (Dublin, Ireland) Nov. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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