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  • n. Plural form of daily.
  • n. Items that are produced daily.
  • n. Lightly edited versions of the previous days filming; rushes


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  • All of the dailies from the first two years, 1913-1914, are collected.

    George McManus’s Bringing Up Father » Comics Worth Reading

  • … All of the dailies from the first two years, 1913-1914, are collected.

    George McManus’s Bringing Up Father » Comics Worth Reading

  • To compare the influence and reach of Fox News & WorldNetDaily to that of the broadcast networks and major dailies is ludicrous.

    Waldo Jaquith - A letter from Mike Stark.

  • A full page advert will also appear in Dutch dailies supporting the campaign.

    Solidarity with the Political Prisoners Hunger Strike 21 May, 1991

  • This action by the CEO followed reports in vernacular dailies about the DGP's speech.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Rana, a Canadian of Pakistani origin, had put out an advertisement in English dailies asking youths willing to immigrate to US and Canada to appear for interview at a five-star hotel in Kochi last year.

    Top Headlines

  • His statement came despite the fact that Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız was quoted in Turkish dailies on Thursday as saying that Turkey had not dropped its plans to purchase 15 percent of the gas exported to Europe at discounted prices.

    TODAY'S ZAMAN :: News

  • He told Rai Uno that "foreign newspapers which are critical are inspired by certain Italian dailies which are owned by someone opposed to the Mediaset group," he said.


  • The advertisement appears in the three main Hebrew dailies and is headed by the Palestinian and Israeli flags.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The prac­tice of get­ting VHS dailies is sur­pris­ingly still pop­u­lar but we make it our busi­ness to con­vince peo­ple of the impor­tance of keep­ing all that con­tent pro­tected and man­age­able. now when we get to tell them that they need to get new mon­i­tors to watch their dailies, those lazy pro­duc­ers will say some­thing like “u know, i like my vhs dailies just fine.” hon­estly, i hear this all the time. hol­ly­wood is eerily slow to migrate and i have a feel­ing that my sales guys are about to have another techno-monkey on theirback.

    Don’t Look Now « Snarkmarket


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  • (n): (cinematography) a workprint, before it has been edited, so-called because some film labs will have it ready later the same day that it was dropped off, especially if you are a client to whom they give some type of priority or have a special working relationship with.

    January 18, 2009