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  • verb Present participle of godfather.

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Examples

  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

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  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

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  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

    The Moviefone Blog

  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

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  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

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  • Knight' helmer Christopher Nolan (who is "godfathering" this re-ignited superhero franchise)

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  • When I read through the first 250 or so pages of The Shock Doctrine, I too was impressed by the author's pinpointingMilton Friedman and the Chicago School as godfathering the doctrine.

    The Shock Doctrine - the rise of disaster capitalism, a review

  • His weekly advisories immediately proliferate across the internet, no surprise to his admirers and contemporaries since all of his work is backed by an intense knowledge of music and a history of godfathering some of the best recordings ever made.

    Mike Ragogna: Still Awesome After All These Years: An Interview With Producer Phil Ramone

  • All of this sounds like good stuff, especially since Christopher Nolan is godfathering the project.

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  • The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, and though he has been preoccupied with Stacey Snider in launching the new DreamWorks and godfathering projects like

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