Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stagehand.

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Examples

  • Repeatedly Adolphe called his stagehands to bring more hot water, since he wanted to catch the steam rising from the bath.

    Days Between Stations

  • Repeatedly Adolphe called his stagehands to bring more hot water, since he wanted to catch the steam rising from the bath.

    Days Between Stations

  • From my heart, I thank you, each and every one of you, especially the guest posters and all the "stagehands" who have made a difficult week for Jane a much less stressful one in terms of FDL.

    Firedoglake » Gratitude and the FDL Community

  • The Screen Actors Guild was one of the latter, as was the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees—better known as the stagehands’ union or by its initials, IATSE.

    An American Life

  • The Screen Actors Guild was one of the latter, as was the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees—better known as the stagehands’ union or by its initials, IATSE.

    An American Life

  • The Screen Actors Guild was one of the latter, as was the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees—better known as the stagehands’ union or by its initials, IATSE.

    An American Life

  • The Screen Actors Guild was one of the latter, as was the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees—better known as the stagehands’ union or by its initials, IATSE.

    An American Life

  • Standing on the stage with the dancer next to him, Dalí asked Rizzo to photograph him at the moment when he threw everything into the air, with the help of some stagehands -- an echo of his famous Atomicus series with photographer Philippe Halsman, in which the artist and his assistants threw black cats and buckets of water skyward.

    ARTINFO: A French Celebrity Photographer Reflects on Pursuing Picasso, Dalí, and Cary Grant

  • Standing on the stage with the dancer next to him, Dalí asked Rizzo to photograph him at the moment when he threw everything into the air, with the help of some stagehands -- an echo of his famous Atomicus series with photographer Philippe Halsman, in which the artist and his assistants threw black cats and buckets of water skyward.

    ARTINFO: A French Celebrity Photographer Reflects on Pursuing Picasso, Dalí, and Cary Grant

  • Standing on the stage with the dancer next to him, Dalí asked Rizzo to photograph him at the moment when he threw everything into the air, with the help of some stagehands -- an echo of his famous Atomicus series with photographer Philippe Halsman, in which the artist and his assistants threw black cats and buckets of water skyward.

    ARTINFO: A French Celebrity Photographer Reflects on Pursuing Picasso, Dalí, and Cary Grant

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