Oh, Republicans invoked her “ties” to a Wichita doctor who performed abortions.
Ramone had performed live and looked “better than ever,” he says.
After a life-saving colostomy was performed, Castro was deeply distraught.
It was a game that could have been, and very often seemingly was, performed very successfully while blind drunk.
The rightists formed groups and performed religious rituals, including songs.
First performed at the Festspielhaus, Bayreuth, August 16, 1876.
A solemn sacrifice, performed in state, You drink by measure, and to minutes eat.
“Oh, what wonders have been performed in ‘one hour a day,’” says Marden.
This was necessary as a climax, for they had performed, not a mere deed, but a ceremonial.
All voluntary acts, we are told, depend on the memory of involuntary acts of the same sort previously performed.
c.1300, "carry into effect, fulfill, discharge," via Anglo-French performer, altered (by influence of Old French forme "form") from Old French parfornir "to do, carry out, finish, accomplish," from par- "completely" (see per-) + fornir "to provide" (see furnish).
Theatrical/musical sense is from c.1600. The verb was used with wider senses in Middle English than now, including "to make, construct; produce, bring about;" also "come true" (of dreams), and to performen muche time was "to live long." Related: Performed; performing.
To do a sex act; function sexually: She didn't love him, but liked the way he performed (1916+)