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 n.— «Whenever you see an taped interviewer nodding, smiling or reacting with a knowing or quizzical eyebrow, you are generally watching what are called “noddies”—reaction shots filmed after the interview takes place.» —“The BBC. A former insiders view” by Iain Macwhirter Sunday Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) July 22, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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