image-maker


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im·age-mak·er

(ĭm′ĭj-mā′kər)
n. Informal
One who uses the techniques of advertising or public relations to create a favorable view, as of a person or institution.

im′age-mak′ing n.
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Commenting on CHP's "bad image" in the U.S., Koruturk said that so far other people have been the image-maker of CHP, adding that from now on, CHP would be its own image-maker.
The book opens with Reena as a guard at the Met (pointedly someone whose job it is to watch and not be watched), a mere fragment of the glassy downtown world "competing crazily for attention, drugs, jobs, beauty." She is then discovered at a nightclub by a legendary image-maker named Maris Parings, who hires her to model for an underwear campaign.
The telephone is a potent image-maker for retailers.
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'He's an image-maker and people seem to identify with him,' Mr Curnow said.
As a digital image-maker, Evans chooses subjects with complex narratives, which she recreates visually by weaving together an intricate tapestry of original image elements.
The image-maker's view of the image tends to be very different from the theologian's.
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