unphotographed love


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  • adj. Not photographed (either on a specific occasion or ever)


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  • Married or not, they're preoccupied with children (23 pictures of stars with their kids and two pictures of star Tom Cruise's love, Katie Holmes, without the mysteriously unphotographed Suri Holmes-Cruise).

    Ed Kosner: Just like US

  • I say that bike has to go,or just cannabilize it for unphotographed parts.

    Honk If You're Hoary: Riding with the Geese

  • Meanwhile, the expensive lavatory fixtures in the pricey guestroom of the Ritz Carlton go, noticeably, unphotographed.

    A view from the beach...

  • So I thought they would have shown him except for his request to remain unphotographed.

    Disabled man's body digitally blurred for TV

  • SCHNEIDER: Followed by a very unlikely and unphotographed scene.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2006

  • Quarter of a million unknown, unphotographed families, businesses, lives changed irrevocably by a catastrophe that no human agency can be blamed for.

    6 months on

  • The unphotographed prelude, a 3-year-old boy, restless toddler that he was, gets into trouble.

    CNN Transcript Mar 21, 2005

  • Just as long as nobody gets any consensual, unphotographed blow jobs.


  • Here I found a fine series of unphotographed monuments, and began to learn that works of the same author and period are very likely to be found in neighboring towns, especially when lying along a valley.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

  • Pracchia above Pistoia I studied another series of unphotographed monuments at Gavinana, Lizano and Cutigliano.

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1


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