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use "spectator" in a sentence

Diminished spectator interest will have huge financial implications."

This isn't a spectator sport, it's a shooting sport, you shoot.

That’s why I rely on descriptions from Robert Parker and Wine Spectator.

Isabel Hardman ponders that question on The Spectator's Coffee House blog.

In 2014, Bacchus was also the recipient of the Wine Spectator Award Of Excellence.

The Spectator raised some concerns early this year about what it actually did.

In some of the dioramas a dramatic event will take place to help the spectator focus.

The images offer an insight (on) the perspective of the contemporary spectator."

At one point a spectator got onto the field and was chased by security during the game.

One spectator recklessly refused to wait for the play to stop before dumping his jersey.

Pankhurst evaded them on her way in by buying a ticket and pretending to be a spectator.

Mr Corbyn's office declined to respond to Mr Blair's comments, made in a Spectator article.

Probably a spectator has sketched scenes he had seen in the arena,"" Chaniotis said."

A Picasso painting on loan to the museum has been damaged by a crazed spectator.

In the early days of baseball, umpires were unpaid volunteers, often a spectator or sometimes a player.

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