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  • noun Plural form of cinematograph.


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  • It reminded her of the dentist's, with those pale people sitting on benches; those serio-comics, all over-fat; loud-voiced topical singers, who took the place of the real artistes, just like the bioscopes and cinematographs!

    The Bill-Toppers J. Andr�� Castaigne

  • I was told afterwards that my own portrait appeared very often in the cinematographs of these scenes, which were then very popular and were exhibited to crowded audiences in all the

    With the Naval Brigade in Natal (1899-1900) Journal of Active Service

  • Photographs or cinematographs are entirely unsatisfactory in giving any idea of the

    Impressions of a War Correspondent George Lynch

  • In rest billets we all got to work; there were marches and manoeuvres, cinematographs and cross-country runs, football matches and boxing competitions.

    On the King's Service Inward Glimpses of Men at Arms Innes Logan

  • They may be heard at times grinding these holes open with their teeth (Ponting took some patient cinematographs showing the process of sawing the openings to these wells) and their teeth are naturally much worn by the time they become old.

    The Worst Journey in the World Antarctic 1910-1913 Apsley Cherry-Garrard 1922

  • In Polchester thirty years ago there were no cinematographs, no theatre save for an occasional amateur performance at the Assembly Rooms and, once and again, a magic-lantern show.

    Jeremy Hugh Walpole 1912

  • Even now, when fairs have yielded to cinematographs as attractions for the people, Pauper's Fair gives its annual excitement.

    Jeremy Hugh Walpole 1912

  • I once tried to explain this by means of the phenomenon of instantaneous photographs (cinematographs).

    Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students 1911

  • Mrs. Ascher's prejudice against cinematographs, improved or unimproved, was certainly strong.

    Gossamer 1915 George A. Birmingham 1907

  • This is the idea which has been spread by cinematographs and reviews and which has impressed itself upon the minds of the unthinking masses, who are incapable of rising above a superficial view of things.

    The Woman and the Right to Vote Rafael Palma 1906


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