stand-in


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stand-in

a person who substitutes for an actor during intervals of waiting or in dangerous stunts
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By making Stand-In technology available to the marketplace, LifeFX is truly humanizing communications on the Internet.
Graham Norton will also be replaced over the summer by a number of stand-ins, with John Bishop, Patrick Kielty and Lee Mack taking turns on the Saturday morning show.
Highly competitive, the very bitchy gang is rounded out by Marlene Dietrich stand-in Rhonda (Missy Crider) and Mae West clone Peggy (Charlotte Chatton).
To prove her point, Kavovit noted Stand-Ins recent installation of Ralph Lauren's new offices on 55th Street, and the work she is currently doing at an Upper West Side sewer treatment plant, where Stand-Ins is putting in new ceilings under a state contract.
The temporary firefighters were helped by a stand-in search and rescue team.
LifeFX and One To One Interactive are implementing Stand-In virtual people for two new innovative online marketing projects for Motorola iDEN to provide a very personal introduction to its newest model i85s and i50sx phones.
LifeFX Stand-Ins will be used by Web businesses as life-like customer-service and sales representatives, guides, teachers and entertainers, while consumer applications will include e-mail, instant messaging and chat rooms.
But he said he has over 60 GPs who urgently need stand-ins.
Barnes confirmed yesterday that his former international team-mate was top of a list of possible stand-ins for leg-break victim Larsson, who is unlikely to play again this season.
The LifeFX player is used to run LifeFX Stand-In virtual people, which can be used in LifeFX (TM) Facemail or on web sites as customer care representatives, celebrity spokespeople, web guides and salespeople.