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chorus line

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchorus lineˈchorus line noun [countable]  a group of people who stand in a straight line and sing and dance together in a show or film
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chorus lineIt is the equivalent of the Rockettes suddenly stumbling around the stage with a chorus line of all left feet.Janet was in the chorus as well as being understudy, and the chorus line would now be as it was before Lisa came.While auditioning for the show, Lloyd Webber met a young dancer from the chorus line, Sarah Brightman.
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