Irene whispered back to me with a faint movement of the play-bill toward the beautiful stranger.
He must remember to ask Gidney for a copy of the play-bill to hang up in his flat!
There is in existence a play-bill of 1833 showing that he superintended a private performance of Clari.
But she passed him over the play-bill, and lifted the glasses to show him where they were.
The exercise of the fan ceased in the front rows, glasses of lemonade were held untasted, and nobody consulted the play-bill.
She and Dodo then had a talk to arrange what Dodo called the "play-bill."
I thought, my cheeks burning, my eyes fastened upon the play-bill.
It is easier to read the Klner Zeitung than the play-bill of Vauxhall.
Let them come in as they do at the play, when you have no play-bill.
The play-bill suggested the sort of training they received there.