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The game of directorial musical chairs in the Star Wars universe continues: J.J. Abrams has signed on to helm the upcoming installment, Star Wars: Episode IX.
The math leads to musical chairs: four spots, five conferences.
Other big names who have played musical chairs in the luxury space include Raf Simons, who went from Dior to Calvin Klein, Maria Grazia Chiuri (Valentino to Dior) and Clare Waight Keller (Chloé to Givenchy).
Schools replace outgoing transfers with incoming transfers, creating a frightening game of dominoes mixed with a game of musical chairs mixed with Game of Thrones.
While many designers have shifted roles and houses in the past few seasons, this under two-year switch-up is by far the most fast-paced in the industry's game of musical chairs.
After the most frantic offseason of basketball musical chairs in recent memory—with seemingly every other star changing teams—here is your 2017 NBA season preview.
Florida’s quarterback situation must resemble more than a maddening display of musical chairs.
Missouri’s wide receiver depth has turned into a game of musical chairs.
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MUSICAL CHAIRS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of musical chairs for English Language Learners
: a children's game in which players walk around a row of chairs while music plays and try to sit down when the music stops
: a situation in which many changes happen in a way that is confusing or harmful
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