But by the late ‘90s, the 5-foot-3 singer’s weight, which topped 400 pounds, began to impede her ability to perform.
When I needed to learn how to perform an ASMR clip, it was her uploads that I looked to for inspiration.
Lady Gaga rolled onto stage in her egg to perform her new single, “Born This Way.”
“At one point they were going to perform a burial ceremony with the ashes,” he says.
He says a lady listened to him perform and then asked him to do it again.
Much as he disliked the necessity, it was incumbent on him to perform an autopsy.
I have promised and vowed some things in your name which I think you are bound to perform.
perform your duty by sending the carabinieri to arrest me for not serving on the jury.
The joke of letting him live on to perform these tasks was not lost.
If revenue plans are to be prepared and reported to congress, he is the proper person to perform this service.
c.1300, "carry into effect, fulfill, discharge," via Anglo-French performer, altered (by influence of Old French forme "form") from Old French parfornir "to do, carry out, finish, accomplish," from par- "completely" (see per-) + fornir "to provide" (see furnish).
Theatrical/musical sense is from c.1600. The verb was used with wider senses in Middle English than now, including "to make, construct; produce, bring about;" also "come true" (of dreams), and to performen muche time was "to live long." Related: Performed; performing.
To do a sex act; function sexually: She didn't love him, but liked the way he performed (1916+)