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Theatre the back half of the stage

upstage

The back part of a stage, away from the audience.
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In Upstaging's case, it had installed AOBRDs on its fleet of 200 trucks in mid-2017, so the transition was seemingly a "flip of the switch." It was far from that.
We stratified rates of recurrence and upstaging by time interval to repeat resection based on whether they received repeat resection within 6 weeks (i.e.
The rates of upstaging were compared for stage 1 tumors based on the time from completed clinical staging to surgery for the first 12 weeks.
I'VE heard of people upstaging someone else's wedding (step forward Liz Hurley) but never an inquest.
Since the Japanese invented the ubiquitous, infuriating lawn blower, how about upstaging their ancient rivals across the waters by inventing a noiseless leaf blower?
At least costar Miller--he of the upstaging chest--offered Kirby some understanding, kindness, and bonding off-camera.
Ovarian cancer patients often undergo a second surgery to reassess tumor stage, resulting in 20%-30% of patients with presumed stage I invasive epithelial ovarian cancer being "upstaged." Given the lack of recurrence in the current study and the generally low incidence of upstaging for ovarian borderline tumors, initial treatment with conservativve surgery may be sufficient.
He told us: ``Obviously, after the Princess' divorce last year things are a little bit sensitive, and the thing the Princess is particularly anxious to avoid in connection with Wales is upstaging the Prince of Wales.
Lola's upstaging of Carla is thoroughly satisfying, though she does learn a lesson about spinning stories.
Upstaging models and actresses was one thing, but outshining a bride was quite another challenge.
THE Big Yin has finally hit the big time - by upstaging Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise in his latest blockbuster.
And the group indeed made Internet noise, unwittingly upstaging the appointment of the 58-year-old Vatican diplomat who replaced the retiring 79-year-old Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone.