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ˈku brɪk, ˈkyu-kubrick

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  1. Kubrick, Stanley Kubricknoun

    United States filmmaker (born in 1928)

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  1. Kubrick

    Kubrick is a line of collectible block-style figures and associated products created by Japanese toy company MediCom Toy Inc. Kubrick figures are produced in three scales, designated as 100%, 400%, and 1000%. The basic Kubrick figure design has a body that resembles an extremely simplified human form, somewhat similar in appearance to Playmobil or Lego figures. Produced in limited numbers and not re-released, Kubricks are highly sought-after by collectors. Kubricks are predominantly collected by adults; the packaging recommends the figures to collectors 13 years or older.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of kubrick in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of kubrick in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of kubrick in a Sentence

  1. Donald Sutherland:

    If it doesn't work, we're dead, all of us, if we don't evoke climate change, if we don't solve refugee problems, we don't do any of that, we're dead, i know that it can because 'Paths of Glory', Stanley Kubrick's film, politicized me in 1956.

  2. Jojakim Cortis:

    There are many miniatures that we did which were of faked or staged events, loch Ness is obviously faked. And there are stories on the web where people think Stanley Kubrick faked these moon pictures.

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