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  • noun Plural form of reframing.

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Examples

  • Kopple captures his performances with fluid, expressive camerawork, going for intuitive framings and reframings, the camera restlessly roaming over the faces of the players.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Kopple captures his performances with fluid, expressive camerawork, going for intuitive framings and reframings, the camera restlessly roaming over the faces of the players.

    Wild Man Blues

  • Although Erickson himself did not practice family therapy per se, his emphasis on a strategic, interactional approach in which the therapist uses directives, reframings, and carefully selected tasks to induce change, has profoundly influenced much current couple and family therapy.

    Planned Short-Term Treatment

  • One could argue (as some patrons did) with his visually bold, unsettling reframings of

    The Seattle Times

  • "Ratatouille is one [film] that we’re exploring doing [3-D conversion on] and Brad Bird is very open to some changes, you know, some very subtle changes but slight reframings," he said in part.

    Ratatouille getting 3-D re-release

  • Let’s never forget for a second that Karl Rove, now that he’s officially ‘on the case’ for the mid-term elections, will be pulling every sneaky trick in the book, from initiating ‘whisper campaigns’ to inventing disingenuous talking-point “reframings” to planting juicy-but-bogus stories for reporters to make fools of themselves with.

    Firedoglake » Rove to Rescue the Weakling in the White House

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