centre spread


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centre spread

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) the pair of two facing pages in the middle of a magazine, newspaper, etc, often illustrated
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a photograph of a nude or nearly nude woman (or man) in a magazine on such pages
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Noun1.centre spread - the spread at the center of a magazine
facing pages, spread head, spreadhead, spread - two facing pages of a book or other publication
mag, magazine - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
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centre spread

n (Brit) → pubblicità f inv a doppia pagina
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Our centre spread shows the journey from January 5, 1815, when the Chamber of Commerce was founded, and some of the significant milestones over the past 200 years for the organisation that helps North East business achieve together what they would be unable to achieve individually.
Ladbrokes believe it's only a matter of time before KK poses naked for Playboy - that's so long as they can fit her bum in the centre spread.
The 107-bed Al-Dara Hospital and Medical Centre, situated close to the King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh, will be the city's largest outpatient centre spread over an area of 27,500 sq m.
Spending an evening commentating on the opening ceremony with David Wilkie and managing not to tell him that in another life, I put his topless picture in the centre spread of Jackie magazine.
I read with interest the centre spread on the ordination of women in the March 2014 issue of the Anglican Journal [pp.
The talks went superbly until 'Sullivan' then added: "Just one thing, David, would you also be the centre spread for one of my magazines?
GMR is building a hospitality district near the airport in which about 16 branded hotels are coming up besides a commercial complex and a convention centre spread across 43 acres.
Turn to the centre spread where you can read my interview with him.
As you can see from the pictures in our centre spread, the institute has welcomed the likes of the Queen, Princess Diana, Sir Cliff Richard and even Shakin' Stevens through its doors.
On the centre spread we dig deep into the Gazette picture archive to look at the history of Middlehaven - as a multi-million pound plan is announced for a new neurological unit.
Readers enhance this miscellany with a number of their own photographs which we feature this week on the All Our Yesterdays centre spread.
OUR centre spread features the Yellow House project - an organisation that has helped over 10,000 vulnerable people since being established 25 years ago.

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