|film projection screen, movies||silver screen|
|(Botany) membranous projection which grows from the base of most grass blades; corolla which is shaped like a strap||ligule|
|(Computers) screen and text editor used primarily on UNIX systems (produced by the Free Software Foundation)||Emacs|
|(Computers) virtual "chalkboard", area on a display screen on which multiple users can write or draw (widely used in video conferencing), writing board for presentations||whiteboard|
|(in filmmaking) board or several boards on which the order of the scenes of the film or play are written, sketches outlining plot||storyboard|
|(Informal) that which is old and classic (especially songs and movies), old thing||oldie|
|(Medicine) protrusion of a body part (esp. the eye), projection of bodily organ||proptosis|
|(Slang) script writer, person who writes scripts (for movies, plays, television shows, etc.)||scripter|
|(U.K. Slang) movies, cinema; rapid unintentional fixation motions of the eye of 5 to 10 minutes of arc (Medicine)||flicks|
|(Video) display in letterbox format, display only across the center of a screen with black bands at the top and bottom (so the wider film format will fit the different dimensions of a TV screen);(British) mailbox, mail slot, maildrop, video playback fo...||letterbox|
|1952 comedy film directed by Charlie Chaplin (starring Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton); name of nightclubs in New-York (USA) and London (England ) and||Limelight|
|1971 James Bond film featuring Sean Connery (directed by Guy Hamilton)||Diamonds are Forever|
|1975 film directed by Steven Spielberg (starring Richard Dreyfuss and Roy Scheider)||Jaws|
|1979 James Bond film starring Roger Moore (directed by Lewis Gilbert)||Moonraker|
|1982 film directed by Steven Spielberg about a space alien that lands on Earth||E.T.|
|1982 film starring Dustin Hoffman (directed by Sidney Pollack)||Tootsie|
|1986 Academy Award-winning film directed by Oliver Stone (starring Charlie Sheen and Willem Dafoe)||Platoon|
|1996 film directed by Jan De Bont (starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton)||Twister|
|1997 British film about a group of unemployed men that put on a strip performance to earn money||The Full Monty|
|A process of creating a theoretical spot rate curve using one yield projection as the basis for the yield of the next maturity.||Bootstrapping|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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