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showman

a person who presents or produces a theatrical show, etc.
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Another family member, Junior class winner Gwen Elen Jones, was singled out by judge James Strachan as a "future national showmanship champion ".
The 21-year-old, who owns her own herd under the Tristar prefix, had also won the Senior Showmanship title earlier in the day.
It's showmanship. A lot of them have an eye on what's going to happen after Big Brother.''
(No such luck here.) They form a dance around the proverbial void that threatens to become something as soon as you lift the lid--and maybe that's wha t McCarthy's showmanship is all about.
Certainly he had a sense of drama and showmanship, but he took fashion and what he was doing with it very seriously."
The Australian steered home Artifice-who took more than pounds 14,000 out of the ring-in the six-furlong maiden and then gave a display of showmanship by throwing four sets of goggles to the crowd around the unsaddling enclosure.
No showmanship, nothing flash, but plenty of guts and application - his second ton in a row prevented England from a first-day embarrassment.
The Harrison & Hetherington-organised show, which takes place on March 2 and 3 next year, has secured Donald Dubois of Princeville, Quebec, to judge the Holstein classes and Brad Sayles from Ayr, Ontario, for the coloured breeds and showmanship classes.
The evenings are described as a touch of Moulin Rouge with the showmanship of cabaret and 1950s seaside postcard humour of Carry On!
He said: "I have always admired Broadway actors for their showmanship, dedication and focus that goes into performing live on stage every night.
They love the showmanship, his cocky style and that style of fighter
Anderson is a fantastic frontman, mixing frantic showmanship and witty, idiosyncratic banter.