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first shirt

first shirt  n.— «The distribution, largely ramrodded by various squadron first sergeants—first shirts in Air Force parlance—has been a Barksdale tradition since the early 1980s and probably dates even earlier.» —“Barksdale continues...

cookie

cookie  n.— «Cookies. Also called coo-koos, or cucaloris, these metal or wood templates are placed in front of instruments to create shadow patterns, often of clouds or leaves. The word “cucaloris” comes from the Greek for...

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cookie
 n.— «Ulcers or cucalorises (cookies) can also be used on faaces to create dramatic mood.» —by Steven Bernstein Film Production July 19, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

cookie

cookie n. a screen, board, card, or cloth, cut with shapes or holes, used to throw a light pattern when shooting film or television; the light pattern thrown by such a device. Also cucoloris, cucolorus, cucaloris, kukaloris, kookaloris, cuke, coo...

cookie

cookie  n.— «An all-purpose shadow device, known variously as cookie, cuke, cucoloris, or dapple sheet, has found regular use in all types of program.» —by Gerald Millerson TV Scenic Design July 3, 1997. (source: Double...

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cookie  n.— «The effect he explains, though is what we would refer to as “modeling” the light, which involves taking it away in certain spots to create shadows and add mystery. one way to achieve this effect, and what I think...