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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishillustratoril‧lus‧tra‧tor /ˈɪləstreɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BOAVPsomeone who draws pictures, especially for books
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illustratorAfter a year, the family moved to Los Angeles so Carlos Lacamara could get more work as an illustrator.Jane was an illustrator, journalist, writer of cheap science fiction and adventure novels.The richness grasps the imagination of writers and illustrators who illuminate it for young eyes and minds.So please, always remember the would-be illustrators!She was given the £795 watercolour by illustrator Michael Frith as a present for opening the fair.It's by Bill Sanderson, the famous illustrator, so I ought to feel chuffed as well.But what attracted him above all else to the magazine illustrators was their subject matter.Seibel has exclusive rights to play the late, witty illustrator, and comes to Tucson as part of a national tour.
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