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  • n. The state of being photogenic


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  • The Whistling Straits course on Lake Michigan, with its 1,000 bunkers and waving fescue, gets an A for photogenicity but a C-minus, thus far, for weather.

    Weather Bodes Ill For a Sunday Finish

  • Colmar rivals Strasbourg in cuteness and...photogenicity?

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • But now it emerges that Lin lent someone else's voice, following high-level discussions - which included a member of the Politburo - on the relative photogenicity of small children.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I know, I of all people should not make fun of other people's photogenicity*...


  • Given that tax cuts have been the main policy of the Tories since I have been old enough to vote, this proposal smacks a lot of them abandoning any policies and principles at all in the hope that the unpopularity of the Labour Government and Cameron's photogenicity sweeps them to power.

    Tories abandon policies for election

  • Stand tall and follow our tips for instant photogenicity.

  • Fridolin's photogenicity allows me to make the most interesting portraits of him.

    Rosa's Yummy Yums


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