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  • noun Plural form of glossy.

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Examples

  • Ideally, you'd pay for that distribution through advertising, but this only works if the scale is large enough (hence the huge amount of ads in glossies like Vanity Fair, Vogue and the like).

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jetse de Vries

  • The 'glossies' on the KVM (kernel-based virtualization machine) hypervisor are pretty impressive when stacked up to the rivals, at least on the capacity front.

    LXer Linux News

  • But, like all of his classmates, Will made up for that by papering the inside of his locker with steamy glossies of Pamela Anderson, supermodels Christie Brinkley and Claudia Schiffer, and—of course—the Barbi twins.

    William and Kate

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  • It was very Mad Men, it was autumnal bright, it was quirky and it simultaneously appeared on three of the top glossies 'covers.

    Andy Pemberton: Balmain's Look 22: This Season's It Dress Has Arrived

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

  • A photographer long associated with "The Boston School," a group of artist friends Nan Goldin, Mark Morrisroe, and Jack Pierson, among them who in the late 1970s developed a kind of snapshot aesthetic loosely defined by saturated color and raw intimate portraits, Armstrong has spent the last decade creating highly prized commercial work for fashion editorials, bringing to the glossies and the masses a doleful eye for beauty.

    Jane Harris: Home-Work: Photographer David Armstrong Talks About His Latest Monograph, 615 Jefferson Avenue

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