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musical chairs

a party game in which players walk around chairs while music is played, there being one fewer chair than players. Whenever the music stops, the player who fails to find a chair is eliminated
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But this week, Home Record's interior design expert, Anna Matthews, shows how easy it is to play musical chairs and turn a shabby bit of junk furniture into something pretty chic.
Musical chairs is a game where a number of chairs, one fewer than the number of players, are arranged facing outward with the players standing in a circle just outside the chairs.
We still have musical chairs, but every time a kid exits the round, he or she is given a gift (of appreciation) for their participation.
The events to be competed during the two-day includes Football, Basketball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Wheel Chairs race, Tag of War, Arm Wrestling and Musical Chairs.
This probably also explains the musical chairs in the market, with several high-profile entries and exits within the broadcast space.
In tug-of-war, Model School team stood first while in spoon race Ms Faiza and in musical chairs Ms Ashrut topped.
Over the last few years it really has been a case of musical chairs with the presenters at BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, the same could be said for Annie Othen who was suddenly taken off the mid-morning show.
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People dressed as Sylvanian characters delighted the crowd with live performances of singing and dancing throughout the day and there was also a host of fun activities for young fans to do, including face painting, a giant pass the parcel, musical chairs, colouring and other party games.
Synopsis: In a high-stakes game of musical chairs, there can be only one winner.
There were also parachute games for the children and traditional family games such as musical chairs as well as a range of refreshments.