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The first performance of the opera was in 1936.
The school drama society will give a performance of Hamlet.
She gave the greatest performance of her career.
The quality of the performances was variable.
Teachers have to measure students’ performance against specific objectives.
The report said the performance of the museum staff was outstanding.
an exciting car with outstanding performance
Before deciding on a pension, consider its past performance.
a charge of hindering the police in the performance of their duty
Getting everything into the car was quite a performance.