cinematograph

[ sin-uh-mat-uh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF cinematograph
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Yes, we go from café to cinematograph and try and keep warm.

She probably regards the cinematograph as a sin against art.

Tim evidently had a plan for combining this illusion with the cinematograph.

Why, in other words, is not everything given at once, as on the film of the cinematograph?

We then compared the mechanism of conceptual thought to that of the cinematograph.

To-day we are watching a cinematograph which has none of these drawbacks.

The ceremony should provide a picturesque spectacle for the cinematograph.

The thing, in short, made a living picture like a cinematograph.

I wandered all over the country explaining views for the cinematograph.

Even Shakespeare on the cinematograph could hardly compete with it.

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