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But an artist should never outstay his welcome or fizzle out in mediocrity.
This wind has long outstayed its welcome, continuing to whip around at a decent clip of 15 to 20 mph with gusts around 30 mph this afternoon.
My Dorothy Hamill hair, white Capezio dance shoes and red tuxedo jacket had long outstayed their welcome.
Communist China knows only too well the dangers of a personality cult and a leader who outstays his welcome.
This includes the borderline offensive treatment of one of the original's bright spots, who is removed from the picture early on, presumably to facilitate a ridiculous cameo that far outstays its welcome.
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