1 His liking for Mozart's music brought him sometimes to an opera or a concert: these were the only dissipations of his life.
2 He met her again a few weeks afterwards at a concert in Earlsfort Terrace and seized the moments when her daughter's attention was diverted to become intimate.
3 She took a dozen of two-shilling tickets for the final concert and sent them to those friends who could not be trusted to come otherwise.
4 The concert expired shortly before ten, and everyone went home quickly.
5 The concert on Thursday night was better attended, but Mrs. Kearney saw at once that the house was filled with paper.
6 The audience behaved indecorously, as if the concert were an informal dress rehearsal.
7 The night of the grand concert came.
8 Mrs. Kearney, with her husband and daughter, arrived at the Antient Concert Rooms three-quarters of an hour before the time at which the concert was to begin.
9 It was his humour to have people know what an ordeal a concert was to him.
10 The Freeman man had come in to say that he could not wait for the concert as he had to report the lecture which an American priest was giving in the Mansion House.
11 The first part of the concert was very successful except for Madam Glynn's item.
12 She had been through the Academy and gave a pupils' concert every year in the upper room of the Antient Concert Rooms.
13 After Holmes' departure for the concert, I lay down upon the sofa and endeavoured to get a couple of hours' sleep.
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14 It was a concert for the benefit of a person patronised by Lady Dalrymple.
15 They had a concert bill between them.