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  • What they are doing is working to put on the best show they can.
  • They would put on as many as two new plays a week.
  • His condition continued to be critical and he was put on a life-support system.
  • At the public stage local musicians put on free shows for the public.
  • Only seven of these were later re-recorded and put on sale.
  • He also had them put on plays they wrote themselves.
  • The train has been known to slow down if they are putting on a show!
  • All recording plans were put on hold and the band's future was in doubt.
  • Can't think what he was doing, putting on a thing like this. Cited from Jill the Reckless, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Much weight has been put on this evidence by later writers.
  • They were highly successful and their company was put on the map.
  • Plans for the film were later put on hold.
  • However, following reports of strong opposition to the proposed changes, they were put on hold.
  • A planned film version of Bear was also put on hold.
  • Again, the famous clock was saved and put on the new stand.
  • They put on a summer arts festival every year.
  • He wanted to get away from us by putting on speed.
  • Those who were still available were put on trial.
  • As a result, the series was put on hold.
  • The program puts on a winter play and a spring musical every year.
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