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the credits

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe creditsthe credits[plural]AMFAMT a list of all the people involved in making a film or television programme, which is shown at the beginning or end of it credit
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the creditsAll 48 colour plates in this book were by Fred Mitchell, but the artist was barely mentioned in the credits.Trading in the credits is expected to start in 1994.In the credits, this was a nice comic moment, underpinning a scene of domestic bliss.Using the double-entry accounting system, the sum of the debits must always equal the sum of the credits.I looked for the name of yoof goddess Janet Street-Porter on the credits.Fifty-six of the schools responding to the survey said they are likely to redeem the credits.
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