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    #1

    cover-bound

    The photographer was shooting (Ashly Simpson and Jessica Simpson) for a magazine cover. He said:

    "It was not meant to be a double cover, but they turned out beautifully together"

    Then the announcer said: That they were cover-bound.

    Photographer: The pic is nice and their mom loves it.

    What's The meaning of (cover-bound) here??!!! I mean there is not specic context, they were just talking. Can you give me any suggestion?


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: cover-bound

    It means that the photos are clearly going to be used on a magazine cover.

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