"It was very meaningful to his large circle of friends and admirers that we were able to put this on," Deitch said on Monday.
A saucy, sultry 5-foot-10, with long, dark hair, she created quite a stir and did not lack for admirers.
The romantic attempts of some admirers—and ballerinas always have many—resulted in jokes to laugh at in dressing rooms.
His scheme to re-integrate the church back into the center of this urban community has won Cain a legion of admirers.
A mellowing in his later fiction (to the lament of some admirers) may owe something to personal happiness.
We are no admirers of sinecures, of unnecessary commissionerships, or the multiplication of useless offices.
"But one should not forget the time at which Shakespeare wrote," say his admirers.
Many of Mr. Coopers admirers set down his Hamlet as the best of his performances; a proposition to which we can never accede.
Whether he fell by her hand, or by that of one of her admirers, I cannot say.
But so witty was she, that no young beauty at the hotel had so many followers and admirers.