in-betweener


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in-betweener

n
an intermediate person or thing
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The in-betweener The calf-length midi sKirt is the new Kid on the fashion blocK.
I didn't want to believe it until we got his car seat and drove off to tk hi h "It's a lot easier because the kids have got their routine back and I'm back to being a proper mum instead of an in-betweener.
This in-betweener is pretty standard, but its presentation is everything but.
Cullotes are a great in-betweener if you don't fancy little shorts but want loose fitting, airy bottoms that won't leave you overheated.
At Disney, Johnston's first assignment was as an in-betweener on the cartoon short "Mickey's Garden.
It was an in-betweener for me,' Canham said of his uncertainty.
The worst kind of hop is the in-betweener -- the kind that hits the ground and is on its way up before the infielder can put a glove on it -- the ball that attacks the fielder instead of being attacked by the fielder.
Rising through the ranks from cleanup to in-betweener and assistant animator, the aspiring artist worked on a variety of commercials and short films for Quartet.
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He moved from in-betweener to assistant to animator/storyman with credits on such films as "Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too," "The Rescuers," "Pete's Dragon," "The Fox and the Hound," and "The Black Cauldron.
It's harder to find roles for a teenager than it is to find them for a kid or a full-fledged adult,'' the in-betweener acknowledges.
It's a good in-betweener, and much easier to walk in than those dagger thin stilettos we've been seeing on the catwalks.