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  • n. Plural form of photocall.


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  • Fewer laws, fewer photocalls, fewer buffoons speaking on the radio car at 6.48 a.m. and all the rest of it.

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  • The representative said that arriving at events like photocalls and news conferences in cars was normal practice in Cannes.

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  • Some might feel that her remark was as hypocritical as it was disingenuous, with her own role in organizing photocalls of herself, her husband, and son and selling the pictures for six-figure sums to celebrity magazines only making it harder for others, be they pop stars or politicians, to insist on their privacy being respected by the mass media.

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  • Will Cllr Vanessa do photocalls with candidates this time.

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  • I happily posed for photocalls, agreed to newspaper interviews, hesitantly appeared on Desert Island Smells and was thankfully excused the embarrassment of Celebrity Name That Fruit!

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  • William noticed TV cameras in St Andrews in breach of an agreement with the media that he should be allowed privacy after initial, official photocalls.


  • Schwarzenegger has been ever-present at Cannes already this week, with a blizzard of photocalls, interviews and even the acceptance of a prestigious Legion d'Honneur award.

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  • Film makers from around the world will descend on the canal city from August 31 to September 10 to showcase their movies, and attend a whirlwind of photocalls, press conferences, interviews and parties.

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  • Giovanni Trapattoni has displayed admirable patience in consenting to a variety of odd photocalls but his bemusement was obvious in - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • On the sidelines: Andrew Flintoff at Lancashire's pre-season photocalls on Monday news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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