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  • n. Plural form of inbetweener.

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Examples

  • There was only "inbetweeners" in the union contract.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Interim Managers say rates are being eroded by 'inbetweeners'

    Onrec

  • "And are you taking into account the "assembly-line" of faceless inbetweeners, clean-up, blue-liners, and ink-n-paint artists that contributed to the success of the majority of traditionally animated features over the years?"

    The Oncoming Cavalcade of Cartoons

  • And are you taking into account the "assembly-line" of faceless inbetweeners, clean-up, blue-liners, and ink-n-paint artists that contributed to the success of the majority of traditionally animated features over the years?

    The Oncoming Cavalcade of Cartoons

  • By the way, wasn't an inbetweeners cast, just someone who knows a thing or 3 about polling.

    Can you predict elections?

  • It used to be that animators began as assistants and ruff inbetweeners, and worked their way up the ranks.

    12th Marc Davis Celebration of Animation

  • The old timers were rough on us new little inbetweeners but Charlie always had a smile and a kind word.

    Charlie Downs, 1927-2008

  • Is it just me, or does it looks like Art Davis' inbetweeners were on vacation, giving the animation in his cartoons a weird "jerky" style?

    McKimson and Davis

  • Having inbetweeners inhouse means young artists being able to come in and start from the ground up.

    El Disney Boom

  • Two apprentice inbetweeners from Disney's Class of 1956 are featured in today's entry from the John Sparey portfolio ...

    Types I have known, by John Sparey: Gordon and Fred

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