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  • n. Plural form of flashgun.


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  • The photographs that emerge are stories, and the light from the flashguns are the rays that will construct them.

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  • (Conspiracy theorists claim that a laser dazzler was used to assassinate Diana, Princess of Wales - but any bright flashes more likely came from photographer's flashguns.)

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  • Light, he thought, is exploding from flashguns all over the world.

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  • Before this work with the flashguns, he had a similar job in another factory up the road, one that produced clear plastic IV drip bags for use in hospitals.

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  • As soon as she was out the door, flashguns began popping.

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  • For a brief moment, Bendall stood in the entrance, silhouetted by the light of a thousand exploding flashguns, hands raised aloft, every inch the Old Testament prophet come to redeem his people and lead them from adversity.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • Outside there were more flashguns, more photographers, a little burst of spontaneous applause from the other diners as they slowly moved to their table, where champagne was waiting in a silver bucket and a huge bouquet of lilies was surrounded by telegrams.


  • At the premiere Lili smiled triumphantly at the flashguns, her head held high as she posed in a cream silk tuxedo, matching pants and a see-through, cream voile shirt, which demonstrated her new star status while by no means hiding the reasons for it.


  • We remember the star-like sparkle of a thousand flashguns from the crowd as Freeman contests the most important race of her career. | Top Stories

  • Likewise, remote shutter units and standalone flashguns all offer ways to take better pictures.

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