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scene

1. 
a. a subdivision of an act of a play, in which the time is continuous and the setting fixed
b. a single event, esp a significant one, in a play
2. Films a shot or series of shots that constitutes a unit of the action
3. the backcloths, stage setting, etc., for a play or film set; scenery
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Comics hitting the stand-up scene in their twenties tend to follow a certain trajectory; the energy or whimsy of a Russell Howard or a Noel Fielding gives way to a different sort of material when a significant other hits the scene (Ed Byrne's latest show is mostly about his recent wedding and his wife).
There are wars going on, and climate change, there are much bigger things to think about in this life," retorts the 33-year-old former army captain when quizzed about his appearance in the celebrity pages whenever a new girl hits the scene.
To make matters worse, the BSC is under some heavy competition when the all-new Baby-Sitters Agency hits the scene, with older, more experienced sitters.