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There was a centerfold in Sports Illustrated for Kids, features in the Smithsonian People’s Magazine and the (now-defunct) National Sports Daily.
Founded in 1974, High Times is a counterculture survivor, with growing tips, music reviews and centerfolds of glittering green buds to decorate the walls of college dorms.
Started in 1974 by Tom Forcade, an underground journalist, drug smuggler and Yippie, the magazine was originally conceived as a parody of Playboy, but with lurid centerfolds of cannabis buds the size of bonsai trees instead of nude women.
At least one involves the late computer scientist David Huffman, who discovered bottom-up compression; another features Lena Söderberg, whose 1972 Playboy centerfold became the standard test image for compression algorithms.
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First Known Use of centerfold
CENTERFOLD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of centerfold for English Language Learners
: the pages that face each other in the middle of a magazine or newspaper
: a picture of a person (such as a woman who is not wearing clothes) that is in the centerfold of a magazine
: a person whose picture is the centerfold of a magazine
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