picture-framer

picture-framer

n
(Professions) a person or company whose job is to frame photographs, paintings etc
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Hilbery remembered something further about the villainies of picture-framers or the delights of poetry, and at one time it seemed to the young man that he would be hypnotized into doing what she pretended to want him to do, for he could not suppose that she attached any value whatever to his presence.
99) RUTH Bussey is a vulnerable, introverted, woman who works for picture-framer Aidan Seed.
When a boorish British associate asks him to bump off a troublesome rival, Ripley sets himself a diverting challenge: to recruit terminally-ill picture-framer Jonathan Trevanny to be the assassin.
On a trip into town, Tom is insulted by gravely ill picture-framer Jonathan Trevanny (Dougray Scott) and the schemer vows revenge.
During a sortie into town, Tom overhears gravely ill picture-framer (Dougray Scott) insulting his "lack of taste" and the schemer vows revenge.
During a sortie into town, Tom overhears gravely ill picture-framer Jonathan Trevanny (Scott) insulting his lack of taste and the schemer vows revenge.
On a sortie into town, Tom overhears a gravely ill picture-framer insulting his "lack of taste" and the schemer vows revenge - enlisting the help of Berlin-based associate Reeves (Ray Winstone) to ensnare the framer in a game of murder and greed.