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At 20 he switched to a more glitzy approach after wowing an audience with a playful rendition of “Three Little Fishes.”
Despite being hailed for her gale-force voice and wowing performances throughout the season, she fell flat on Wednesday night.
Harry then continued his idiosyncratic diplomatic campaign by wowing the crowd, dancing to 'One Love'.
The scene had no special effects or wowing us with other visuals, simply a great emotional punch to the drama.
There was a great deal of pow-wowing and chatter, charges and refutations, excuses and explanations.The Husbands of Edith|George Barr McCutcheon
But mark the point—it was force that did it, not pow-wowing and parleying and straddling cowardice with conscience.Through Our Unknown Southwest|Agnes C. Laut
The whoops and pow-wowing and yells were thrilling enough to frighten even a man "tenderfoot."On a Donkey's Hurricane Deck|R. Pitcher Woodward
And such a mew-mewing, and cluck-clucking, and bow-wowing you never heard!
She believed in beer, much food and exercise, Uferlos pow-wowing.My Life|Josiah Flynt