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masked

A state of being disabled or cut off.
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The one who carried the lantern walked first, the king followed him, while the second masked figure closed the procession.
Not limiting the presentation to carved masks, in a very timely chapter, the modern-day phenomenon of Lucha Libre, the Mexican masked wrestlers, is explained and shown to viewers.
The black-and-white tape shows three masked men wearing oversize cotton shirts and baggy pants as they barrel through the back door around 8 p.
Because of the nature of the evidence pertaining to masked events, emphasis generally falls on the performance situations in which masks may have appeared rather than upon the masks themselves and for this reason the book, despite the authors' attempts to reign in their topic, reads very much like a history of the medieval performing arts.
After responding to masked ventilation and oxygen, her Apgar scores were 5 and 8.
The masked dancer followed the coffin to the cemetery, leaving the mask on the tomb or in a small house erected above it.
TOLUCA LAKE -- An upscale Italian restaurant became the latest target of the masked gunmen who have robbed scores of San Fernando Valley eateries over the past two years, police said Monday.
Many of the canti he collected take as their point of departure the tradesmen's songs sung by groups of masked singers walking the streets of Florence during Carnevale, and which take as their themes the activities of the various mestieri and are rich with obscene double-entendres.
Banderas has an even better time enchanting Zeta-Jones' perpetually intrigued Elena, both as the masked man and in a third incarnation as a fake Spanish aristocrat.