- n. Plural form of extra.
“Over the years I've added in 'extras' such as the complete ouevre of a favourite author or a list of prizewinners.”
“Included in those extras is a fly-over, but Anderson kept the details under wraps.”
“Unfortunately for me, since I still see no reason to “upgrade” formats, the standard DVD with extras is no longer comparable in features to the Blu-Ray.”
“You can cut down on unused plugins, Mine are in a separate directory from Photoshop in the folder pluginsxxx are the ones that I use all the time and pluginsxxx/extras is the one I don't use all the time but don't want to remove from the system.”
“Sim City 4 (with Rush Hour) and a gig or 5 of downloads of extras from the interwebs and its video game heaven.”
“Th changes to the Fire Nation make them look like extras from the "Temple of Doom" movie and the idea of them making all the bad guys dark and the heroes white just doesn't sit well with me.”
“As I have been part of the filming process for movies it was not bad, and the fact we may make it onto the DVD extras is not bad either.”
“Also, this game feels a little linear and lacking in extras when compared to the original.”
“Heckle on Jul 14, 2008 this looks alright. i liked him in extras as well no. 15”
“I thought he died way better than any of the extras from the Omaha beach scene.”
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Words without which cricket could not be.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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