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show biz

n. show business. Anybody who can make a living in show biz has to be clever and talented.
See also: biz, show
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Hertz is proud to include the Tesla in the most diverse car rental fleet in the world and the Show Biz Expo is the ideal forum to formally introduce the Tesla into our fleet.
Tonight and for the rest of the week there are show biz names competing who mean nothing to me.
At the opposite end was former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham who was judged the biggest show biz loser of 2004.
Many familiar show biz faces will attend, as well as Rikki's fans.
Among other things, Independence Day afforded the key negative moment in the year's other Show Biz extravaganza - namely, the interminable presidential campaign (which, given its estimated $800 million budget, cost out at roughly $8.
The Las Vegas Show Biz Hot Line, in operation nearly a year, is the all- important link.
The August, 1987 quality meeting was our show biz debut.
The biz part of show biz is ever present, even at these events.
A HOST of Welsh stars feature in a list of top 2003 show biz earners published by celebrity magazine OK
THE GREAT grandchildren of the late Brookside star Bill Dean are following in his show biz footsteps.
Solange's father is the manager of Destiny's Child, and the dance gig was a chance for her parents to gauge how well Solange could handle the demands of show biz.
Most fascinating is ex-superagent Mike Ovitz, who got his start in show biz as one of Wasserman's Universal Studios Tour guides and engineered the sale of MCA to Japan's Matsushita Corp.
And Hollywood Pictures Backlot spotlights show biz.
Absolutely one of the greatest shows I've seen in my over forty years of show biz experience.