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 n.— «On Munson’s salad shoot, Tapp is ready around 10 a.m. to start shooting the “hero.” Munson has fashioned a work of art.» —“Feast For The Eyes—Food Stylists Get Visual With Victuals, Hoping For Picture-Perfect Results” by Judith Blake Seattle Times (Wash.) Apr. 20, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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