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Gaffer

In film, the person in charge of lighting effects. Because different lights draw out different emotions, a gaffer may be used in marketing to find the lighting (for example, for a commercial) most likely to elicit a positive response from a targeted consumer.
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Love from your broken hearted daughter Sharon and soninlaw Gaffa.
And to make sure the night runs smoothly, weekly residents Jazzie J, Kenny Jordan and The Gaffa will play tried and tested crowd-pleaser sets.
First match specials - Gaffa at the Gabba 1pt run, 10pts catch/stumping, 20pts win match, 10pts win toss(Alec Stwart perf') 68-75; You have been Warned (Shane Warne perf') 58-65.
Or perhaps she's bagged a role in Bob the Builder given her get-up seems to be held together with neon gaffa tape.
The campaign featured on billboards, on radio and even in the cinema as characters Gaffa, Selina, Kira, Sam and Hayley looked set to steal the crown of TOWIE counterparts Joey Essex, Sam Faiers and Lauren Goodger.
Our Gaffa Who art at The Hawthorns Robson be his name Thy crowd will come 3 points will be won In defence As it is in attack Give us on Sunday a win over Portsmouth Let us make no bad passes As we put a curse on Norwich, Southampton and Crystal Palace Lead us not into the Championship And deliver us from relegation For thine is the meat pie The pint and the sausage roll Forever and ever Boing Boing This one works better in spoken form, but, hey, whatever.
WE will continue to support the club and the gaffa and his family good luck to you all.
Police officers looking for Gaffa Hassan arrested him at 11.
City's index - Gaffa At The SACA - offers the same terms as Hills for runs, catches and century bonus.
This might sound like a commandment from the health and safety Gestapo but the real reason for the rule was that back in 1978 a miserable Gaffa called Les (Les Miserables, eh?
fizzer18 I apologised after game for my dive got a rollicking off gaffa won''t happen again-end of
Rafa the Gaffa, along with his cohorts Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson believe they have a divine right to win games by whatever means necessary.