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western

1. (of a wind, etc.) coming or originating from the west
2. Music See country and western

Western

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the West as opposed to the Orient
2. (formerly) of, relating to, or characteristic of the Americas and the parts of Europe not under Communist rule
3. of, relating to, or characteristic of the western states of the US
4. a film, book, etc., concerned with life in the western states of the US, esp during the era of exploration and early development
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That is, women with Absent Fathers are left feeling separated and misunderstood by their fathers; so too, women with Seductive Fathers, in addition to being emotionally and physically violated, feel alienated and misunderstood (Downs & Miller, 1998; Freud, 1988; Hetherington, 1972; Oater, Forrest & Peacock, 1985; Secunda, 1992).
The occasional imprecision of the storytelling leaves "Triple 9" feeling less like a straightforward thriller than a seething miasma of masculine aggression --not unlike what Hillcoat achieved in "Lawless" and "The Proposition," the 2005 oater he shot in his native Australia.
Westerns often inspire makeup artists and hairstylists to match the simplicity of the era in America's past, and this oater inspires their best creative instincts.
Despite recent steps into the live-action world--which include helming last year's hit "Ted," and directing and starring in the 2014 oater "A Million Ways to Die in the West"--MacFarlane remained closely involved with not just "Family Guy," but two other Fox-produced shows as well: "American Dad
Westerns have helped the net build viewership among Saturday audiences between 25-54 for most of the day, he said, and AMC's 2006 oater miniseries Broken Trail fared well there, too.
Screening: "The Searchers"; John Ford's classic oater starts at sundown, outdoors at Meeting House Square.