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- n. someone who takes photographs professionally
“Some afterwards though, a young lensman is in trouble in space, his ship is attacked, and the space axes come out while fighting a rearguard action.”
“The White Oleander lensman is courting British actors Grint and Pattinson for the lead role, as well as Pride and Prejudice star Rupert Friend, according to a report from London’s Daily Star.”
“We're not fighting the Black Lensman, we're up against the real Boskonian power, that which Mentor calls a lensman-Fiend.”
“The movie also lost its original director last year when lensman/choreographer Kenny Ortega pulled out of the production.”
“The lensman — who won an Academy Award for his 2002 film The Pianist — pleaded guilty in 1977 to unlawful sexual intercourse with Samantha Geimer, who was 13 at the time.”
“The Oscar-winning lensman has not been released, pending a possible appeal by the Swiss government, which has 10 days to decide whether it will fight the bail decision.”
“A private viewing in the vein of Tom Ford's Spring 2011 collection, wherein photographers and the media were strictly prohibited save for famed lensman, Terry Richardson, seemed much more aligned with Mr. West's goals.”
“Scott Sternberg Play This In the spirit of the new trio of shirts from Band of Outsiders—which are printed with photos from legendary surf lensman LeRoy Grannis—the brand's California-based designer Scott Sternberg curated a list of music for the dog days.”
“Graced with a swelling score by Ennio Morricone, a haunting performance by Nagy, and impressionistic visuals (Koltai is a veteran lensman), "Fateless" is a richly powerful, stubbornly unsentimental meditation on Jewish identity.”
“But a new publicity calendar has some outraged feminists saying the 69-year-old lensman has finally gone too far.”
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