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Muy·bridge(mī′brĭj′), Eadweard Originally Edward James Muggeridge. 1830-1904.
British-born American motion-picture pioneer, particularly noted for his series of photographs of horses in motion, taken by a set of still cameras.
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(Biography) Eadweard (ˈɛdwəd), original name Edward James Muggeridge. 1830–1904, US photographer, born in England; noted for his high-speed photographic studies of animals and people in motion
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Ead•weard (ˈɛd wərd) (Edward James Muggeridge), 1830–1904, U.S. photographer, born in England.
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|Noun||1.||Muybridge - United States motion-picture pioneer remembered for his pictures of running horses taken with a series of still cameras (born in England) (1830-1904)|
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