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entertainer

a professional singer, comedian, or other performer who takes part in public entertainments
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Millennial gravitate toward theme-driven gatherings like cocktail or costume parties, and tend to entertain bigger groups of people more casually at home, while baby boomers and Gen X'ers tend to invite smaller groups of people for a simple format of appetizers, dinner and dessert, according to Mirabile.
Germany s national telco Deutsche Telekom has achieved 63,000 new clients for its domestic IPTV platform Entertain in Q2 2014.
NANT Conwy begin their quest to return to the Millennium Stadium this afternoon when they entertain Bethesda in the first round of the Swalec Plate.
Nant are seven points clear of defending champions Caernarfon, who have two games in hand and entertain local rivals Pwllheli.
1 : to entertain with something pleasant <She amused herself with a book.
Lose the crowd and don't entertain them like Sam did, then it is time to go.
On the whole they have not got players who entertain the crowd and the football is very direct at times.
We like to use corn husks as dip holders (for the salsas) when we entertain to add a Latin touch to the setting,'' says Isabel C.
Here are over 1,000 ways to entertain a boy, from jokes and fireworks to armpit bagpipes, experiments, and juggling practice.
I've made so much fun of him; now he just does it to entertain me.
When not doing hard labor, the two also entertain the people of the village with storytelling.
More to the point, can a madcap romantic comedy about Cinderella and Juliet bemuse and entertain us while simultaneously satirizing a pop culture that idolizes and consumes celebrities?