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Synonyms for centerfold

a magazine center spread

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The Centerfold Caddies are sexy, fun, playful, & charming.
From previously unpublished lyrics from Costello's earliest songs to controversial album releases, COMPLICATED SHADOWS presents a full view of the man and his magic, spiced with a centerfold of black and white photos.
95) holds a centerfold of color photos from the movie as it appears in a sparkling new edition to reflect the motion picture's release.
What operates as the centerfold of the writer's revolutionary first book, Tulsa (1971), pits, verso, a text--"death is more perfect than life"--against, recto, Clark's first "star," Billy Mann, shirtless on tousled sheets, gun raised and wristwatch ticking, captioned "dead 1970"--"dead" as in deceased and absolutely.
In 1967 I published as a centerfold in The Realist and distributed as a poster The Disneyland Memorial Orgy by Mad artist Wally Wood.
The two also are owners of a standardbred filly named Centerfold Hall who won her first five starts before finishing third in the Lexington Breeders' Classic at the Red Mile on September 5.
A blend of illustrations and photographs--many taken during construction--includes a centerfold of the building that shows unique facets of its structure.
Over the past several years, I have found the centerfold images in your magazine too contemporary for my style of teaching.
No, it doesn't include a centerfold, so don't even ask.
Nieto pose for a centerfold in American Forests to prove a point.
The centerfold photos covering a recent CREW*New York event in the January 26th issue should have been attributed to Steve Friedman.
A centerfold of man's first steps on the Moon captures the excitement of the historic moment, and the section discussing our lunar future makes intriguing food for thought.
The rest of the Fox Files episode consisted of a teaser segment for an upcoming animated series and a segment on sex and the Internet, The week before, there were stories on Playboy's centerfold triplets, brothels in residential neighborhoods, and the return of Roller Derby.
Lessard replaced former editor Tina Brown, who was dismissed after she inadvertently activated at a corporate board meeting a prototype Tru-Feel-lt (TM) virtual-reality centerfold mannequin system that Brown had programmed to enact one of her own fantasies, which cannot be described here except to say that it involved Prince Charles, Diana and Fergie; the training of Buckingham Palace guards; disciplinary procedures at British girls schools; and an unnamed 13-year-old boy who filed certain legal charges against the former pop musician Michael Jackson (now known as Michelle Tao-Sigma-Rigel) in 1994.