docu


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docu

(ˈdɒkjuː)
n
(Film) slang a documentary film
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When she suggested the idea of a docu, 'exploring issues facing people outside of what is accepted as 'normal' or 'ideal,' they saw it as a way to show how diverse 'normal' can be to the wider public through their work and their lives together.'
BBC2, 9pm The nature-is-out-to-get-us docu is on for an hour, so we're guessing the answer to the question is yes.
"Docu Prep's ability to place electronic signatures on dynamically generated documents allows us the flexibility to provide our customers and agents with compliant documents and electronic signatures for not only all 50 states and [Washington,] D.C., but also Guam, Marianas, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands."
The importance of the docu's homecoming is not lost on Raval.
These changes will be easily integrated through a simple application Docu Prep has created, according to the company.
When someone suggested that a docu on the case be made, 'all eyes turned to me,' Raval recounted.
According to Villarama, a fest organizer spotted the docu during an event organized for Filipino migrant workers and associations in the UK last Oct.
Dewar's docu 'Ta Acorda Ba Tu El Filipinas?' similarly revisits our historical connection, through the prism of language (Chavacano, in particular).
Ron Frank and Melvut Akkaya's docu isn't exactly groundbreaking, but as a brief history of the Catskill resorts, liberally laced with well-edited archival promos, songs, homemovies and extended excerpts from routines by Jewish comics who performed there, it consistently entertains.
The docu, which is available on the site until March 10, is Diaz's tribute to film critics Alexis Tioseco and Nika Bohinc, who were murdered by still-unknown assailants in 2009.