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Del Mar

/dɛl ˈmɑː/
Norman. 1919–94, British conductor, associated esp with 20th- century British music
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  • Because del mar brought it into the baggage-room, Michael was suspicious of it.

  • del mar never quotes him; and I almost know he has never studied his views upon this subject.

    The Brothers' War John Calvin Reed
  • She tried the del mar, where her father and his friends always put up when in town.

    Crooked Trails and Straight William MacLeod Raine
  • Tell him to meet us at the del mar, where Luck always puts up.

    Crooked Trails and Straight William MacLeod Raine
  • Although Daughtry did not know it, because del mar was laying off for a vacation, the man did trained-animal turns for a living.

  • “Ah, ha,” del mar chuckled coldly, unaware of the profound history and vast past he evoked by his silver reeds.

  • del mar knew the theatre too well to venture any hackneyed melodramatic effect such as an electric torch.

  • del mar was the limit himself,” he told Johnny, who held Michael by the chain.

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