draw large crowds

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  • Unlike the first two years, even this popular event failed to draw large crowds this season.
  • The pair drew large crowds, and one woman asked the girls if they had ever recorded anything.
  • R-Band drew large crowds due to their original songs, which was rare for the time.
  • That weekly event drew large crowds and ran for several years.
  • The trip took three days and made stops along the way, drawing large crowds.
  • Many soccer matches in the United States draw large crowds, particularly international matches.
  • He was a well-known speaker who drew large crowds.
  • The annual town fair draws large crowds from around, and is held in September.
  • This album found the band drawing large crowds at clubs all over the tristate.
  • However, it still draws large crowds who believe in its health benefits.
  • The theater's single screen often drew large crowds on opening nights.
  • He quickly earned a reputation and drew large crowds.
  • She addressed five or six meetings a day, drawing large crowds.
  • Events organized by the party drew large crowds.
  • The debates were open to the public, free of charge, and drew large crowds on campus.
  • Her name alone drew large crowds, numerous paintings and poems were crafted for her.
  • Special occasions and days of discourse by the master draw large crowds.
  • These public dissections were ticketed events that drew large crowds of both professional and lay people.
  • The concerts are performed during the daytime and draw large crowds from far and wide.
  • Public executions outside the prison - by this time, London's main prison - continued to draw large crowds.
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