review vs revue

review revue

Definitions

  • 1) A periodical devoted to articles and essays on current affairs, literature, or art.
  • 2) A reexamination or reconsideration.
  • 3) An exercise for use in restudying material.
  • 4) A musical show consisting of often satirical skits, songs, and dances; a revue.
  • 5) A retrospective view or survey.
  • 6) An inspection or examination for the purpose of evaluation.
  • 7) A formal military ceremony held in honor of a person or occasion.
  • 8) Law An evaluation conducted by a higher court of a decision made or action taken by a lower court to determine whether any error was made.
  • 9) A restudying of subject matter.
  • 10) A report or essay giving a critical estimate of a work or performance.
  • 11) A formal military inspection.
  • 12) An examination with a view to amendment or improvement; revision.
  • 13) A second or repeated view; a reëxamination; a retrospective survey; a looking over again.
  • 14) A revision; a reëxamination with a view to amendment or improvement: as, an author's review of his works.
  • 15) The process of going over again or repeating what is past: as, the review of a study; the class has monthly reviews in Latin.
  • 16) A view of the past; a retrospective survey.
  • 17) The name given to certain periodical publications, consisting of a collection of critical essays on subjects of public interest, literary, scientific, political, moral, or theological, together with critical examinations of new publications.
  • 18) A critical examination; a critique; particularly, a written discussion of the merits and defects of a literary work; a critical essay.
  • 19) The formal inspection of military or naval forces by a higher official or a superior in rank, with a view to learning the condition of the forces thus inspected, and their skill in performing customary evolutions and manœuvers.
  • 20) A second or repeated view.
  • 21) Inlaw, the judicial revision or reconsideration of a judgment or an order already made; the examination by an appellate tribunal of the decision of a lower tribunal, to determine whether it be erroneous.
  • 22) Tolookback.
  • 23) Toseeagain.
  • 24) Law To evaluate (a decision made by or action taken by a lower court) to determine whether any error was made.
  • 25) To write critical reviews, especially for a newspaper or magazine.
  • 26) To write or give a critical report on (a new work or performance, for example).
  • 27) To go over or restudy material.
  • 28) To consider retrospectively; look back on.
  • 29) To examine with an eye to criticism or correction.
  • 30) To look over, study, or examine again.
  • 31) To subject to a formal inspection, especially a military inspection.
  • 32) To look back; to make a review.
  • 33) To retrace; to go over again.
  • 34) To make a formal or official examination of the state of, as troops, and the like.
  • 35) To go over and examine critically or deliberately.
  • 36) To reconsider; to revise, as a manuscript before printing it, or a book for a new edition.
  • 37) To go over with critical examination, in order to discover exellences or defects; hence, to write a critical notice of.
  • 38) rare To view or see again; to look back on.
  • 39) (Law) To reëxamine judically.

Definitions

  • 1) A form of theatrical entertainment in which recent events, popular fads, etc., are parodied. Any entertainment featuring skits, dances, and songs.
  • 2) A musical show consisting of skits, songs, and dances, often satirizing current events, trends, and personalities.
  • 3) a variety show with topical sketches and songs and dancing and comedians

Examples

  • 1) Few would argue with the case for reviewing what looks like a nuclear white elephant.
  • 2) We will be reviewing our policy around free time whilst on international duty.
  • 3) Boundary reviews are a case in point.
  • 4) He doesn't read reviews as they make him self conscious.
  • 5) Sign up to our weekly digest of news, reviews and opinion at thesundaytimes.
  • 6) After an outcry, the bank said that it was reviewing the situation.
  • 7) I normally write two or three pages of notes when reviewing a book.
  • 8) The project was launched by the last government, but has not yet been approved under the new government’s spending review.
  • 9) Today it takes about four assessments, independent review panels and possibly a complaint to the ombudsman to get a fair result.
  • 10) Two serious case reviews were held into the failings which led to his death.
  • 11) They will be reviewed again next year.
  • 12) Some people will try anything to get a good review.
  • 13) The sentence comes as the use of mobile phones to send messages in court is under review.
  • 14) They said a serious case review would now examine whether they failed.
  • 15) The world of book reviewing is full of people writing about books written by people they know.
  • 16) The four studies reviewed are critical of the pathological view.
  • 17) We will continue to collect and review new data to ensure this is happening.
  • 18) We continue to review the situation as we have always done.
  • 19) Or should we review our assessment procedure?
  • 20) Yet early reviews of the film are poor.
  • 21) It involved a new procedure that allows complainants to demand a formal review of dropped cases.
  • 22) She added that procedures would be reviewed again.
  • 23) Peace is particularly pleased that his book has had good reviews from sports writers.
  • 24) You can read his full review here.
  • 25) There are a few obvious areas the review should examine.
  • 26) Trust told to address high waiting times in the emergency department and review adequacy of critical care services.
  • 27) It agreed to refund the full 200 excess and review its policy.
  • 28) Sign up to our weekly digest of news, reviews and opinion at thetimes.
  • 29) It's going to feed into the policy review.
  • 30) The Judicial review court often allows persons or bodies to intervene because they have information that may assist the court in deciding the case.
  • 31) Filmmaker: Bing Hu www. lendinguniverse.com Hard money rates in Florida financing for bad or good credit only equity counts, review a sample of account disclosure documents and notices required by the regulation to determine whether contents the brokers accurate and complete; and •review a sample of the institution's advertisements to (1) determine if the advertisements the brokers misleading, inaccurate, or misrepresented the deposit contract and (2) ensure that the advertisements included all required disclosures.
  • 32) Just write your review as a standard tweet and stick #review in there somewhere.
  • 33) But there is, in this review, talk about the actors, about the sense of wonder, and fer pete's sake, man, the * entire review* is about how and why I was able to suspend my disbelief.
  • 34) Hard money rates in Florida www. lendinguniverse.com Hard money rates in Florida financing for bad or good credit only equity counts, review a sample of account disclosure documents and notices required by the regulation to determine whether contents the brokers accurate and complete; and •review a sample of the institution's advertisements to (1) determine if the advertisements the brokers misleading, inaccurate, or misrepresented the deposit contract and (2) ensure that the advertisements included all required disclosures.
  • 35) That the Toibin review is of a novel while the Updike review considers a collection of stories may partly account for the greater reliance on plot summary in the former (as well might various editorial policies of which we as readers of the review cannot finally be aware), but the temptation to "review" mostly by condensing story and making a few unsupported critical remarks is apparently an inherent feature of journalism-based book reviewing.
  • 36) They took down the video alleged "review" (and I use the term review extremely lightly) from the G4 "Attack of the Show" web site.
  • 37) The Food and Drug Administration has a name review process that's supposed to prevent pharmaceutical companies from using a name that's too close to another one already on the market.
  • 38) I've already crossed it off la TBR; my review is here.
  • 39) This review is an attempt to right a wrong direction - but it is not political in nature.
  • 40) ‘Lord Irvine said last month he had asked the review body to re-examine the link between his pay and the Lord Chief Justice's.’
  • 41) ‘It is leading to the creation of a review body to examine complaints against judges.’
  • 42) ‘Hsu said that reviews of environmental impact assessments shouldn't necessarily hamper a developer's plans as long as the applications are written honestly.’
  • 43) ‘Mr Dempsey said the review was necessary because of the escalating costs and time-frame of the inquiry.’
  • 44) ‘The government also decided to reject the review body's recommendation that betting should be allowed on the National Lottery.’
  • 45) ‘It was also recommended that a new Audit and Scrutiny Committee be formed as part of the current OIC review of their committee structure.’
  • 46) ‘A critical review of the current PPP model may help to restore confidence to the market.’
  • 47) ‘A further decision was taken to bring forward the date for review of the current system from June to May.’
  • 48) ‘While that search is ongoing, he should instigate a full safety review of the current motorway programme immediately.’
  • 49) ‘The force must not be overlooked in the government's current rail review.’
  • 50) ‘Albertans have one more day to have their say on the current provincial review of low-income programs.’
  • 51) ‘Pembroke Dock also enjoys free parking but there is concern that the town could be a casualty of the county council's current review of parking charges.’
  • 52) ‘The cases were selected for release as part of the Home Office's review of the closure period applied to records.’
  • 53) ‘Why don't bishops undergo periodic review by their clergy, and clergy by the people of the parish?’
  • 54) ‘He kept JJ under review and reported his views to Mr. Hillier.’
  • 55) ‘A spokeswoman for the Prison Service said all prison social clubs had been subject to a recent review, which had led to the closure of some of them.’
  • 56) ‘The council will now be subjected to an external review, before a report called a comprehensive performance assessment on it is published in February.’
  • 57) ‘Like any process it will be the subject of ongoing review and evaluation.’
  • 58) ‘An academic paper on the study is under review for journal publication.’
  • 59) ‘The study has been submitted to the Astrophysical Journal for review and publication.’
  • 60) ‘She concedes that a review by a competent authority was required before the claimant could be considered for release.’
  • 61) ‘However, government prosecutors can execute the sentence while the review is taking place.’
  • 62) ‘I write further to your solicitor's request for a review of this Authority's decision that you became intentionally homeless.’
  • 63) ‘They rely on two cases, both decided before the 1996 Act introduced the statutory entitlement to a review of the decision.’
  • 64) ‘The issue of whether I had jurisdiction to hear the review was raised.’
  • 65) ‘It is not the intention to provide a comprehensive review of chlorophyll fluorescence theory and applications, since this has been the subject of other recent reviews.’
  • 66) ‘Recent reviews report that Si accumulation is, in general, higher in monocot than in non-monocot species.’
  • 67) ‘C NMR data for monoterpenes are reported in a recent review by Ferreira et al..’
  • 68) ‘This review will summarize recent developments in our understanding of the causes and consequences of stress.’
  • 69) ‘Recent reviews provide an up-to-date evaluation of the status of ethylene signalling elements in species of agronomic importance.’
  • 70) ‘Doodling, the informal artform, is chronically under-funded, rarely the subject of late-night panel reviews, and yet it thrives.’
  • 71) ‘In addition, we searched citations of key papers, recent reviews of the subject, and conference proceedings (using the Web of Science).’
  • 72) ‘The visitor then began a review of recent developments.’
  • 73) ‘The report released last week appears to be the first stage in this process - a review of existing reports.’
  • 74) ‘Thus, we limited our review to studies reporting compliance rates for ICSs.’
  • 75) ‘Recent case reports and reviews of the literature have highlighted similar scenarios.’
  • 76) ‘Experts in the field prepare reports and reviews for the Government, and we must take account of them, but it would be foolish for us to make a decision that was not based on the scientific evidence.’
  • 77) ‘There is a brief review of the past year's best posts.’
  • 78) ‘The report has a review of all reactor options, Russian-made and others.’
  • 79) ‘The enormous political and social ramifications of the opium trade at home and abroad are the subject of numerous excellent reviews, most notably Jack Beeching's The Chinese opium wars.’
  • 80) ‘For reviews on the subject see Brown and London and Edidin.’
  • 81) ‘Further details on byssus formation mostly in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis, can be found in numerous reviews on the subject.’
  • 82) ‘Most of the articles evaluated in this review used the Westley croup scoring system to measure symptoms.’
  • 83) ‘Parapsychology remains an extremely marginal endeavor, and a very brief review of its current status is in order.’
  • 84) ‘Gisselquist says his reviews of past studies suggest sexual transmission is the cause of only one-third of Africa's HIV infections.’
  • 85) ‘Still Byrne will be tweaking the format, adding, for instance, a regular entertainment guide with book and film reviews, and beefing up the fashion and beauty sections.’
  • 86) ‘It is unusual to publish two independent reviews of the same book.’
  • 87) ‘The day after the opening there were rave reviews in all the newspapers.’
  • 88) ‘They intend to publish shorter reviews of more books across a wider spectrum.’
  • 89) ‘There have been numerous good reviews published for this book and the general opinion is that this is an excellent book.’
  • 90) ‘But the hard-nosed movie critics in America were harder to impress, as the first reviews of the film published across the Atlantic showed yesterday.’
  • 91) ‘For the first few years, he spent most of his time on court- and race-reporting and writing theatre, film and book reviews.’
  • 92) ‘As in previous years, J. A. Alien wrote nearly all the book reviews published in 1904.’
  • 93) ‘Critics, whether writing reviews for newspapers, essays, or extended critical works, have to be aware of their complex role as mediators between the composer or performer and the public.’
  • 94) ‘An analysis of some published reviews of each book usually by noted reviewers or authors is also included.’
  • 95) ‘And it's continued to get excellent reviews in magazines, newspapers, and weblogs.’
  • 96) ‘‘Halloween’ opened in fall 1978 to scare the wits out of moviegoers and rave reviews out of film critics, who quickly declared it a new horror classic.’
  • 97) ‘Do you go out of your way to seek out reviews in newspapers and magazines?’
  • 98) ‘The book received rave reviews from liberals and a Pulitzer Prize in the year following its publication.’
  • 99) ‘Once you know what you want, you can begin to collect some information on HR software products and read some of the reviews published in computer magazines.’
  • 100) ‘Eh, I actually used to do film reviews for Sick Puppy magazine.’
  • 101) ‘The play received rave reviews in leading Lahore newspapers like the Nation and the Daily Times.’
  • 102) ‘This brings us to the next point: though his film has received rave reviews thus far, some criticize him for not presenting enough evidence to link arms dealing with fish exporting.’
  • 103) ‘On a regular basis, the newspaper runs poetry, fiction, book reviews, essays on reading, author profiles, and excerpts from books.’
  • 104) ‘His first novella, Shopgirl, received solid (if not quite rave) reviews when it was published two years ago.’
  • 105) ‘Now, what I am asking you is, are you aware of law review or public administration articles which deal with this large issue?’
  • 106) ‘The same methods were used to calculate the 2001 estimates in the current review article.’
  • 107) ‘On the day I have in recollection, Paul Tichlorne had been mooning all morning in my study over a current scientific review.’
  • 108) ‘Old papers can also be rediscovered when they are cited in articles in review journals.’
  • 109) ‘The majority of articles in this review acknowledged individual and/or systemic racism.’
  • 110) ‘Clearly, little mistakes, compounded by big mistakes, do not make for a credible publication or review.’
  • 111) ‘Military parades and reviews, not surprisingly in a country ruled by a general, were an almost daily spectacle.’
  • 112) ‘It was a naval review of the young Soviet state that wanted to position itself as a naval power.’
  • 113) ‘I myself had attended a naval and military review and a mayoral banquet.’
  • 114) ‘The military reviews advertised a European-style professional army as among the chief blessings of a strong national government.’
  • 115) ‘This took the form of epic paintings, festivals, monumental architecture, the Bulletins of the Grand Army, dazzling uniforms, and military reviews.’
  • 116) ‘In yesterday's military review, the army presented the largest parade of troops in recent years to President Chen.’
  • 117) ‘In the tradition of naval reviews world wide, one of the high points will be the march through the streets of Sydney by a massed assembly of sailors from around the world.’
  • 118) ‘This press pool report on President Bush conducting an impromptu review of troops leaving for Iraq is touching.’
  • 119) ‘The Prince of Wales watched the fleet review on board the survey ship HMS Scott with the Duchess of Cornwall.’
  • 120) ‘Push the review key down until you hear the sound of the cassette rewinding.’
  • 121) ‘In the morning, press the review button to automatically rewind to the beginning of the recording and start to play back.’
  • 122) ‘The council says it has no intention of reviewing the decision.’
  • 123) ‘Medecins Sans Frontieres have shown no intention to review their decision to pull out of the country in July for their workers' safety.’
  • 124) ‘PhotoForum can see that it is necessary to review tertiary education.’
  • 125) ‘In Hobart for the state launch of the AFI awards screening, Mr Lawrence said the institute had reviewed its role and was now looking to a promising future.’
  • 126) ‘The institutes will review the findings and recommendations in the report carefully over coming weeks.’
  • 127) ‘Downer said Australia has no intention of immediately reviewing its policy of sanctions against Fiji.’
  • 128) ‘Here at hecklerspray, it's our responsibility to assess and review advertisements, especially the ones that need to be pulled from the air.’
  • 129) ‘In June 1994 the Commission also announced its intention to review Directive 90 220.’
  • 130) ‘‘We'll try to economize the use of water first and make necessary adjustments while reviewing the measure in the end of December,’ he said.’
  • 131) ‘When necessary, priorities were reviewed and time reallocated to provide this elective.’
  • 132) ‘Apple agrees it's necessary to review the way things have been done in the past and change them to fit a new world.’
  • 133) ‘They are scheduled to formally review the progress in bilateral talks on all outstanding issues in August.’
  • 134) ‘The group will meet at least once a year to assess and review the plan.’
  • 135) ‘The government should take its next step by rethinking and reviewing its policies.’
  • 136) ‘The spokeswoman said the SEC always reviews its policies and procedures at the end of each examination season.’
  • 137) ‘An Air Transport Association spokesman said airlines are reviewing the plan and will later comment formally.’
  • 138) ‘Every UK local authority website is reviewed and assessed against e-government and good practice criteria.’
  • 139) ‘Comments and views will be received up until June 13, when the agency will review the map and make any necessary changes in the light of public feedback.’
  • 140) ‘With single-name notes came more risk and banks began to review their credit procedures.’
  • 141) ‘The company pledged to review its security procedures in light of the highly-embarrassing attack.’
  • 142) ‘The prison warden in this case will undoubtedly ask the Supreme Court to review this case.’
  • 143) ‘And, for the sake of comparison, I couldn't find any reference to the US Supreme Court reviewing mandatory sentencing laws either.’
  • 144) ‘However, where an administrative body originally exercised the power to deprive people of their liberty, they must have the right to have their case reviewed by a court.’
  • 145) ‘Following conviction, an accused person must have the right to have the sentence and conviction reviewed by a higher tribunal or court, according to law.’
  • 146) ‘The US Supreme Court declined to review her case and her last resort is the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board.’
  • 147) ‘His decision is stayed until the state supreme court reviews the case.’
  • 148) ‘But what to do about people who had already been sentenced under the old scheme, and whose sentences were now being reviewed via habeas corpus?’
  • 149) ‘That is why there is an urgent need to review this case and submit all the facts to an independent inquiry.’
  • 150) ‘Here in the High Court I am begging that my case be reviewed again because I cannot return to my country.’
  • 151) ‘The defense lawyers will ask the Ohio Supreme Court to review the case.’
  • 152) ‘Last week, the Supreme Court decided to review the Adarand case yet again.’
  • 153) ‘His case was reviewed at the High Court in Glasgow on Monday to comply with European legislation, which states that murderers must know how much time must be served before they can apply for parole.’
  • 154) ‘When Soviet authorities reviewed his case before a special tribunal in 1956, they shortened his sentence to time already served.’
  • 155) ‘Governor Pataki has filed an appeal, and an appellate court will review the CFE case in October.’
  • 156) ‘The Court may have declined to review the case because its outcome seemed to be determined by recent Court precedents.’
  • 157) ‘An appellate or reviewing Court will set aside a decision affected by bias.’
  • 158) ‘Of the roughly 28,000 appellate court decisions made each year, only 80 to 90 are reviewed by the Supreme Court.’
  • 159) ‘That is why it appears that this particular case with Mr Ferdinands and the penalty imposed by the Commissioner is not a matter that can be reviewed by the District Court.’
  • 160) ‘The court is only authorized to review cases if it is presented with new facts or proof of innocence.’
  • 161) ‘Japan may extradite its nationals to a country with which it has such a treaty only after the case is reviewed by the Tokyo High Court and at the government's discretion.’
  • 162) ‘She is wistful and pleased as she reviews past events.’
  • 163) ‘The list of drug interactions with cisapride has been updated since this topic was reviewed in a past newsletter.’
  • 164) ‘He or she reviews the necessary steps of the bowel prep to include remaining on a clear liquid diet for two days before surgery.’
  • 165) ‘It is, however, necessary to review the banks' approach to loans.’
  • 166) ‘It was the only trial in which outcomes were not assessed or reviewed blind of treatment allocation.’
  • 167) ‘During your first few days on the unit we will review routines and procedures with you.’
  • 168) ‘To understand the nature of Mr. Dewberry's suit, it is necessary to review the recent history of Corcoran Prison.’
  • 169) ‘The institute currently is reviewing proposals.’
  • 170) ‘Mid fall is also a good time to review fire prevention procedures.’
  • 171) ‘While in holding, the crew reviewed the three-engine landing checklist.’
  • 172) ‘Joint doctrine and literature were reviewed to assess how they should work together versus how they do work together.’
  • 173) ‘The Wisconsin site data are reviewed to assess these presumed temporal relationships.’
  • 174) ‘We have our procedures for reviewing the committee reports.’
  • 175) ‘We reviewed the literature that assesses the cost effectiveness of CPD interventions in health care.’
  • 176) ‘When I returned home, I decided it was a good time to review wake turbulence procedures.’
  • 177) ‘We reviewed the data management procedures and found them to be in order.’
  • 178) ‘However, awareness of this limitation is necessary when reviewing the study results.’
  • 179) ‘More than 300 Reservists reviewed and evaluated the True Blue posters, pamphlets, brochures, videos and Web site.’
  • 180) ‘Sykes said that groups can normally expect to wait three weeks to have their survey reviewed.’
  • 181) ‘Instead, he suggested, the drill should be taped and then reviewed to evaluate employees' performance.’
  • 182) ‘One reason that avant-garde film wasn't reviewed in newspapers during my time as a critic had to do with the avant-garde film world.’
  • 183) ‘But here's the caveat: Not all books written by newspaper reporters should be reviewed.’
  • 184) ‘In her naiveté she had thought that all serious books were reviewed in the major newspapers, especially The New York Times.’
  • 185) ‘So, obviously, he makes sure that he reviews the books written by everybody else in the newspaper racket, just to ensure that he gets a favourable reception when it comes round to his own book-plugging time.’
  • 186) ‘For he was neither a trained academic with a Ph.D., nor simply a journalist who reviewed new books or wrote about current events.’
  • 187) ‘Anyway, that's what it must be like to review a film critical of your boss for the newspaper your boss owns and operates.’
  • 188) ‘The Tech Zone reviews the Card Cooler XT, which you can own in exchange for 34 of your US dollars.’
  • 189) ‘Senior Editor Doris Hering has been writing and reviewing for Dance Magazine since 1946.’
  • 190) ‘Back in April, I reviewed Volume 8 in Paramount's ongoing DVD series.’
  • 191) ‘And I became interested in book reviewing, in writing the entertaining or amusing review, in the construction of reviews and essays.’
  • 192) ‘The children, all between 10 and 16 were given an introduction on film appreciation and how a film should be critically reviewed.’
  • 193) ‘He also reviewed 130 publications and wrote 10 memorials.’
  • 194) ‘Tyree's earlier work has been reviewed in well-regarded publications such as Kirkus Book review and Publisher's Weekly.’
  • 195) ‘Pilger's book has been reviewed just twice in national newspapers, in the Guardian and Independent.’
  • 196) ‘The Gazette reviews the plays and talks to two youngsters who have shared in their success.’
  • 197) ‘They found that 72 percent of all books reviewed were written by men and that men comprised two-thirds of the reviewers.’
  • 198) ‘He began reviewing for small gay newspapers and now writes for Harper's, Salmagundi, The Antioch review and Newsday.’
  • 199) ‘After a stint reviewing books for the Library Journal magazine, Pearl tired of being a critic.’
  • 200) ‘Berkeley astrophysicist Joseph Silk got a jab in while reviewing a popular book Thorne had written on general relativity.’
  • 201) ‘There are so many aspects to consider when reviewing a film, that the plot is probably the least important.’
  • 202) ‘The phantasmagoria includes a scene depicting the French emperor reviewing an army of hideous demons.’
  • 203) ‘Today, the Queen reviews the Fleet (presumably both the Red and the Blue bits).’
  • 204) ‘In 1915, Brigadier General Abbot reviewed the Bradford City Volunteers.’
  • 205) ‘She reviewed three combined military civilian units, who move into the violent areas once the insurgents are gone, trying to quickly establish order there.’
  • 206) ‘General Pershing inspected and reviewed the 42nd Division on March 16.’
  • 207) ‘The program uses thousands of slides that are reviewed by a wide variety of practicing cytotechnologists and cytopathologists in a variety of practice settings.’
  • 208) ‘Each month, following the ADASP recommendations, cases were randomly selected and reviewed by 1 pathologist.’
  • 209) ‘Our view, having reviewed all the material, is that judgments went to (although not beyond) the outer limits of the intelligence available.’
  • 210) ‘Cases were randomly selected and reviewed by one pathologist.’
  • 211) ‘Additionally, all gross examinations performed by nonpathologist individuals must be reviewed by a pathologist.’
  • 212) ‘Postmortem examinations were conducted to an agreed protocol and reviewed by independent paediatric pathologists.’
  • 213) ‘Four experienced pathologists reviewed all NHL diagnoses and classified them according to the working formulation for NHL.’
  • 214) ‘We will definitely be viewing and reviewing more of these superb birding videos, starting with the double DVD, Watching Sparrows.’
  • 215) ‘Or is the world a place where our death is viewed and reviewed under the reality of the cross of Christ?’
  • 216) ‘The costs involved in reviewing surgical pathology slides are outweighed by the potential cost of unnecessary or erroneous treatment.’
  • 217) ‘I did not remember a hood being on the gun until I reviewed the pictures taken before going to the range.’

Examples

  • 1) The reclusive legend tours a soul revue.
  • 2) He hosted a weekly broadcast for armed forces radio and put on a satirical revue about army life.
  • 3) A natural comedian from his early days performing in revue sketches at the Edinburgh festival, Grant adopts an ironic tone about his work as well as his personal life.
  • 4) I intentionally used the word revue, as where I come from it is normal to call something that one would read a “revue”.
  • 5) The second half saw a variety of homemade props come on stage, carefully crafted from cardboard, tin foil and a childhood watching Blue Peter, add in some home-made songs and silly voices and you feel like Pappy's are your mates putting on an end-of-term revue in your living room.
  • 6) I was putting on end-of-term revue shows which were being "videoed".
  • 7) The revue is an original production of the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company and was conceived by director Avery Saltzman and choreographer Tim French, aided and abetted by music director Mark Camilleri.
  • 8) The revue is the greek community's annual variety show, which is a fundraiser for the United Way.
  • 9) Studdard recently took some time to talk about the musical revue, which is about Thomas Wright Waller, better known as Fats Waller.
  • 10) The revue is a project of the Little Theatre's Relay for Life team with all funds going to the American Cancer Society, according to team captain and director-producer Roxie Long of Zoarville.
  • 11) ‘The Shuberts, theater owners and producers, offered a series of revues called Artists and Models.’
  • 12) ‘Members of the newly-formed Actors' Community Theatre will perform their revue, The Opening Act, from Thursday to Saturday.’
  • 13) ‘In the last decade of his life, composers such as Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern often solicited his services to write the ballet scores for elaborate dance routines in their revues or shows.’
  • 14) ‘What Jim Henson created was more than just a musical revue performed by puppets, it was Saturday Night Live for the milk and cookies set.’
  • 15) ‘The musical revue may have a place in the theatre, but it has a far cosier one in the kind of late-night club that has all but disappeared.’
  • 16) ‘Turner, who had worked as an emcee for male dance revues before getting into television, admits that there's a world of difference between men ‘dancing’ for women and women ‘stripping’ for men.’
  • 17) ‘Take your pick from carol concerts with seasonal readings, Christmas revues, Dickensian productions of A Christmas Carol and Victorian music hall.’
  • 18) ‘The first evening's entertainment was a topless revue.’
  • 19) ‘It's a very American piece, like a sketch show, a revue about love, dating, marriage, children, divorce, death, so we go from being eight to 80 in the show.’
  • 20) ‘It's a revue of songs written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, plus a few other collaborators.’
  • 21) ‘Anyone who has seen a revue of their sketches in Germany knows how deliriously funny their work can be.’
  • 22) ‘Alongside his adult comedies and children's fantasies, he has co-written a host of musicals and revues, mainly with composer Paul Todd.’
  • 23) ‘Fitting them into what is perhaps less a musical than a revue allows him to cover and scorch greater ground, reaching as far back as the Kennedys and Nixon.’
  • 24) ‘In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.’
  • 25) ‘Adding drama to the downtown scene are the melodramas and vaudeville revues presented at the Gaslighter Theater.’
  • 26) ‘Do not look here for wit, satire, or dazzling invention, in which the old-time revues abounded.’
  • 27) ‘In what now seems the olden days, West End theatres, notably the Palladium, the Prince of Wales and even the Adelphi, used to run revues or present speciality acts like an American singer surrounded by dancers and back-up acts.’
  • 28) ‘It also offered popular education and supplied entertainment which drew on theatre, the revues, music, and cinema.’
  • 29) ‘Never having seen this Russian clown-show before, I was also struck by how much it resembled the revues of my youth.’
  • 30) ‘Pinter's revue sketches have never been marginal doodles.’
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