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Definition of the verb Re-Shoot
What does Re-Shoot mean as a doing word?
- In film making, when the crew redoes a scene or scenes already shot once, to replace or augment the original footage.
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by Michael R. Peres
The set is designed to avoid the practice of having to come back to the school to re-shoot out-of-focus or poorly lit photographs. In some rural locations, the local professional photographer maintains the school business and will do the selling ...
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After approximately five hours of filming, the audience departed and the cast worked into the early morning hours to re-shoot scenes.
by Joel Alswang
the shoulder easily shoot-off in the case of two or more shooters tying for the first three places, there is a re-shoot procedure, details of which depend on the discipline involved shotgun the firearm up to 12 bore used in clay target shooting.
A Dictionary Murat' Hee & English, Compiled for the Government of Bombay by --- Assisted by Thomas and George Candy (1831)
by James-T ..... Molesworth
The second crop of sugar-cane; canes sprouting from the stock of the first crop : also the stock left thus to re-shoot. args sm Stocks (for criminals.) Pr. HTsūt air Tres artist orr arst 2 A frame to encumber an animal whilst grazing; a clog. 3 fig.
by Thomas Candy, George Candy
\ m sm The second crop of sugar-cane; canes sprouting from the stock of the first crop: also the stock left thus to re-shoot. dist sm Stocks (for criminals.) Pr. “3-; "Tm-“m arr-ire; 2 A frame to encumber an animal whilst grazing; a clog. Bfig.
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You know, differentiating between training and matches. If they are all matches it becomes very natural to shoot them, although Dan thinks I should shoot more of them. I think I shoot plenty of them. (Nancy Johnson)
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