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  RANK # PoS   WORD SPOK FIC MAG NEWS ACAD
1 32100  J    PUBLIC-SERVICE 130 9 5 64 36 16
2 32101  J    ROUNDING 195 9 20 33 16 117
3 32102  J    FOREIGN-OWNED 130 15 1 21 54 39
4 32103  N    LOOSENESS 128 10 28 44 18 28
5 32104  N    DISCOTHEQUE 120 24 21 24 31 20
6 32105  N    ALL-NIGHTER 137 18 44 47 26 2
7 32106  N    WORKSITE 167 4 15 26 15 107
8 32107  N    SPECIATION 153 1 5 37 4 106
9 32108  N    SLAPSTICK 136 15 14 33 66 8
10 32109  J    ANKLE-DEEP 127 5 61 35 24 2
 

are anything but, be critical, if you must, but try also to understand what a tough business this is. One wonders whether Wagner ever thought about the logistical questions his followers would have to ask: Are the right singers out there to begin with? Will they come this far and stay in New York as long as they are needed? Will they accept the Met's fees when others are offering higher ones? The first problem is people. For the current revival, the Met has attracted a pre-eminent Wotan (James Morris), a radiant Fricka who can double as Waltraute (Hanna Schwarz), a powerful Alberich (Ekkehard Wlaschiha), a splendid new Loge (Philip Langridge), an expansive if part-time Sieglinde (Jessye Norman), a comfortable Siegmund (Gary Lakes) and a solid Fafner-Hunding-Hagen conglomerate (Matti Salminen). It has also ended up with an aging Brunnhilde (Gwyneth Jones) and a Siegfried

 
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