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conveyance consisting of a wheeled support on which a camera can be mounted

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conveyance consisting of a wheeled platform for moving heavy objects

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Dollybird model in swinging London, boutique owner, photographer, journalist, novelist, she did the lot.
By the Sixties, the arrival of hip young photographers and dollybird models, as portrayed in Michaelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up and John Schlesinger's Darling, more or less signalled the death knell for fashion illustration Yet now, the fine art of fashion illustration seems to be making something of a comeback.
Alan Jarvis' juvenile filly has already made one successful raid on Scotland, opening her account in a Hamilton maiden three weeks ago when she beat Shatin Dollybird by half a length.
Although I did raise an eyebrow at highbrow psychotherapist and, er, Superman III dollybird Pamela humbly receiving praise from Craig Revel Horriblewood as if she'd just been annointed by Sigmund Freud.
Minus the comments of Collins and Maconie, and some dollybird who used to be in Hollyoaks.
They will conjure up an image of a dollybird behind a checkout, someone who drinks Malibu and coke, someone who goes out in a short skirt and strappy sandals with no tights and no coat in the middle of December.
But still she found that, to break free from the dollybird mould, she had some serious barriers to overcome.
MICHELLE Costello is set to cause a stir on RTE's top comedy as a dollybird teacher who sends male pulses racing in Killinaskully.
Instead, I roared home Linda's two-year-old Shatin Dollybird from a bar 2000 miles away on the Costa Crime.
In reality, it became a nature v nurture tussle, but the fact that Prasad is a scientist and not another dollybird dimwit was the programme's saviour.
Sharon is the goodtime girl in a miniskirt, the dollybird behind the checkout who clocks off and goes for lunch with her friends, Tracey and Michelle.
The 5-2 favourite appeared to have lost her chance when drifting to the centre and narrowly conceding the lead to the rail runner Shatin Dollybird.
And he added, cuttingly: 'What I think it means is that somebody who may not be particularly good-looking, middle aged, a woman, may not get a chance because they may think, hold on, she's not a dollybird.
Recent inductees include the USWheel of Fortune dollybird Vanna White, tweeny nonentities Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen (stars of the 1995 classic You're Invited To Mary-Kate And Ashley's Sleepover Party) and Pee Wee Herman.