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Master of Ceremonies

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  1. A Master or Mistress of Ceremonies or MC, sometimes called a compère or an MJ for "microphone jockey," is the host of an official public or private staged event or other performance

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  2. usually presents performers, speaks to the audience, and generally keeps the event moving

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  3. sometimes also acts as the protocol officer during an official state function

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  4. The term originates from the Catholic Church

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  5. of a comedy show is the host of the evening's events, charged with a variety of responsibilities

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