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Visitors stand under an enormous ring of steel tilted on a tripod.
The Last Laugh The 1924 film in which F.W. Murnau freed his camera from its stationary tripod and took it on a flight of imagination and expression that changed the way movies were made.
The adorable toy can go from bipod to tripod stances, bleep and bloop with an integrated Speaker and LEDs, and even has unique responses that can only be trigged by watching Star Wars movies with it by your side.
Dater’s beloved 1972 Deardorff large-format camera stood on a tripod by a large rear window.
When my father turned 40, his friends threw him a funeral-themed birthday party, complete with black balloons, flowers, and one of those cheesy portraits on a tripod.
Up at the church itself, one of the organizers estimated 400 to 500 people had congregated, many of whom had brought picnic blankets, tripods, expensive cameras, and foldout chairs.
One tripod table sold for $13,750, above a high estimate of $5,000, and an armchair went for $35,000, above its high estimate of $6,000.
This steady tripod positioning will keep your foot properly stabilized through the lowering portion of the lunge, which, in turn, can help keep your hips stable.
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Origin and Etymology of tripod
TRIPOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tripod for English Language Learners
: a support or stand for a camera, telescope, etc., that has three legs
TRIPOD Defined for Kids
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