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A new stage of the music festival

A new stage of the music festival

Music at the concert stage performance

Music at the concert stage performance

A new stage of the music festival

A new stage of the music festival

A masked and clothed man hides his phone behind his back

A masked and clothed man hides his phone behind his back

A picture from the game about the soldiers of ancient rome

A picture from the game about the soldiers of ancient Rome

A picture of a man in a hat from the game

A picture of a man in a hat from the game

Sheets of paper are flying around a person with a book

Sheets of paper are flying around a person with a book

Heroes of the computer game

Heroes of the computer game

A girl with a guy with a gun in her hands

A girl with a guy with a gun in her hands

Assassin's creed game on a smoky background

Assassin's Creed game on a smoky background

Robot on a red background with backlight on the mask

Robot on a red background with backlight on the mask

Devil may cry character on striped background

Devil may cry character on striped background

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A point, period, or step in a process or development. A raised floor or platform, typically in a theater, on which actors, entertainers, or speakers perform. A floor or level of a building or structure. (in chronostratigraphy) a range of strata corresponding to an age in time, forming a subdivision of a series. Present a performance of (a play or other show). Diagnose or classify (a disease or patient) as having reached a particular stage in the expected progression of the disease.