The word drama is a noun. Drama means (1) the quality of being arresting or highly emotional, (2) the literary genre of works intended for the theater, (3) a dramatic work intended for performance by actors on a stage, (4) an episode that is turbulent or highly emotional.
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Crystal chandeliers create an ornate focal point that adds drama and glamor to a large room or entry hall. Learn about the history and construction of crystal chandeliers.
CMU, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a private University with 10,000 students and 4,000 faculty. It was established in 1900 and named for Andrew Carnegie, the philanthropist who came from Pittsburgh. The school is well known for its technology departments and drama school. In Sports it has 17 Division III sports teams.
The University of Toronto was founded as King's College in 1827. The University has 50,871 students on three campuses. The University has several art museums, four theaters, a Graduate Center for the Study of Drama, Medical and Dental Schools, among others. The website provides information at UT, Toronto, visiting the school, and how to apply.
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A car careened onto a baseball field in Sanford, Maine, during a Babe Ruth game in 2018, revealing a deadly secret that had been hidden for five decades. Watch "The Hero of Goodall Park" at 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 7, on ESPN.
ESPN. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020 18:02:53 EST.
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