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- adj. comparative form of direct: more direct
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who directs; a director.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See director.
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You won't find witches, ghosts or jack-o-laterns in Haskell's house, but you will find a clown lady giving birth in graphic detail to "the biggest, fattest dude in a diaper" co-directer John Harlacher could find.
Oh well, i am up for another directer. hopefully he/she is a good one. but i am slightly wary of the eclipse duedate.
Now what i just said is just an example, but the way the directer has a good imagination about what would happen if we stumbled upon a world where there was inhabitants and we tryed to move in and take it.
Well, for 2009, my dear friend (and uber-talented art directer), Vina and I created a website.
However, it would give a lot of us, a great deal of satisfaction after all these years. "bobromero37 said," I find Leon Panetta no more believable, as CIA directer than any of the other liars that have filled that useless post ...
From the directer of gladiator, comes another gladiator movie kenn on Jan 5, 2010
I trust that Summit will get the best directer they can.
Yes the directer, producer and screenplay writers were British but most of the actors and technicians along with the co-director and music composer were Indian.
SO can we have some Ridley as directer and writter as James PLEASE.
"D'you suppose the Germans aren't in directer touch with the tribes?"
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