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The little maestro looked as stunned as the rest of us. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The little maestro kept probing but could find no gaps. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And also they have the old maestro still at the helm. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Italy's midfield maestro has made it an art form. The Sun (2014)Not quite the masterclass we expected of the Italian maestro. The Sun (2008)And at the centre of it all was the little Argentinian maestro. The Sun (2011)Was it dumped by the vengeful wife of a music maestro whose marriage hit a sour note, some wondered. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the signs are that the old maestro is on the way back, which will be like a major new signing. The Sun (2012)Back in 1983, setting the group up was an unusual choice for a thrusting young maestro. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The old maestro has often spoken out against the complexity of the US tax code and the need to keep budget deficits under control. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A handful of flying fingers beyond them, though, is this classically trained little maestro. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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A maestro is a skilled and well-known musician or conductor.
...the urbane maestro's delightful first show.
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