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  • n. Plural form of in-betweener.


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  • Organizer Jeff Pulver sourced more idealistic twitter users than pragmatists, but there were enough in-betweeners to keep conversations unpredictably entertaining.

    Susanna Speier: 140 Characters Politiku

  • SANCHEZ: And you spent time in Miami, so that pretty much makes you one of those in-betweeners.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2009

  • There are no in-betweeners or assistant animators.

    12th Marc Davis Celebration of Animation

  • Glen's animation shines through as Glen's despite the army of in-betweeners, cleanup artists, painters and scanners who work over his drawings.

    Disney Tuesday

  • They were the leads, but there were dozens more animators and also rough in-betweeners, etc who touched those characters and scenes.

    Disney Tuesday

  • I'm guessing a few from ink-and-paint, and maybe some very young in-betweeners of the time.

    The Middle of the Disney strike

  • It is possible that with the studio's reopening, Artie got a better shake with the in-betweeners, since he moved up a couple of notches in the seniority pool with the Freleng unit.

    WB Animators Who Improved After 1955?

  • David Ansen: The film is about outsiders and "in-betweeners" and the gay angle just adds another facet.

    Movie Club: 'My Beautiful Laundrette'

  • Long ago at Disney, I used to watch production topkick Don Duckwall energetically lay off assistants, in-betweeners and non-supervisory animators the instant the latest feature project ended.

    The Morphing Roller Coaster

  • And I really don't think the "in-betweeners" are damaged by images of drag queens and leather daddies.

    Archive 2005-06-01


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