an additional crew on a film production, usually used at a second location for filming crowd scenes, exteriors, and other shots that do not require the principal actors.
noun 1. the twenty-first Roman Catholic ecumenical council (1962–65) convened by Pope John XXIII. Its 16 documents redefined the nature of the church, gave bishops greater influence in church affairs, and increased lay participation in liturgy.
noun 1. the return of ease in breathing after exhaustion caused by continued physical exertion, as in running. 2. the energy for a renewed effort to continue an undertaking. noun 1. the return of the ability to breathe at a comfortable rate, esp following a period of exertion 2. renewed ability to continue in an […]
noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. the world’s industrialized nations other than the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. 2. the Communist and socialist nations of the world.
noun 1. World War II. Second World War noun 1. another name for World War II