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stunt

1
a person, animal, or plant that has been stunted

stunt

2
an acrobatic or dangerous piece of action in a film or television programme

stunt

[stənt]
(plant pathology)
Any of several plant diseases marked by reduction in size of the plant.
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I got into stunt work after being introduced to Fast & Furious 6 supervising stunt coordinator Greg Powell by my dad.
The Riverside Museum will exhibit his Inspired Street Trial prototype bike which also used for his stunt work on the Joseph Gordon Levitt feature film Premium Rush.
Bethany taught me how to surf, but she did all of the stunt work.
Jones' comic book series, a decent adaptation by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas (last year's 3:10 to Yuma remake) and Chris Morgan (Cellular), a terrific cast and jaw-dropping stunt work.
The boys' filmmaking escapades are hysterical, including some potentially lethal stunt work, with a rickety seesaw contraption to catapult Will over a bale of hay.
The boys' hysterical film-making escapades include some potentially lethal stunt work with a rickety seesaw contraption to catapult Will over a bale of hay.
Taking time away from his fitness clinic near Los Angeles, he told the Irish Sunday Mirror: "I did most of my stunt work back in the '60s when I was in a lot of westerns.
I look at it now as a way for veterans to get into acting if that's their dream," says Hart, whose resume includes stunt work and bit parts in television and film.
Soon his talents would lead him into movie stunt work and a dojo of his own.
Do you think you'll get any more movie gigs or stunt work after doing Dogtown?
Actress Sarah Baxendale (Ellie Mills) on making this week's dramatic late-night episode of Hollyoaks: 'We filmed most of this special at night and there's a lot of stunt work.
He's not above a little stunt work to get people enthusiastic about planting new trees and protecting and caring for the ones we already have.