- n. Plural form of acetate.
“Monroe, though she has a bit part, gets a lot of the choice material, playing even more of an oblivious blonde bimbo than usual, whether she's showing off her "acetates" or explaining why she's at work so early: "Mr. Oxley's been complaining about my punctuation, so I'm careful to get here before nine.”
“New York equity analyst Fulcrum Global Partners LLC says the company's dominance of key markets, such as acetates, should help profits more than double in 2006, to $307 million, on sales of $6.1 billion.”
“Their frames, however, are made from heavily laminated acetates which are derived from non-renewable oil.”
“One thing that we did in the transfer from the acetates over to what we released is, if you listen carefully, you can hear the ambient noise in the background -- moving chairs and maybe someone coughing.”
“MR: And we're talking about 1951, which is why acetates are the medium for even the original studio recordings of your dad.”
“JW: What happened was that Les Leverett rescued these acetates, part of them were duplicated, and that's what they tried to pitch for sale.”
“MR: Yes, it's good to remember that these acetates were really only meant for that one time play, and radio stations received these for broadcast.”
“Then, when I got the acetates, they tried to do an infomercial to commercialize these with this company out of Texas, and Hank Jr. and I sued as the children of the estate.”
“Much to our displeasure, in addition to the acetates I already did not like, Henry had a new pile of crap that Morris was insistent we do.”
“Henry pointed to a three-foot-high stack of acetates.”
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