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- adj. hectic and chaotic; action-packed
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Leo, your sign is ruled by the Sun and is the epitome of hellzapoppin 'fierceness.
All the envy, exasperation and spite he filtered out of his own quiet, grid-based paintings he dumped into hellzapoppin 'art-world cartoons (wisely prologued in William Rubin's conservative but razor-sharp installation as big photostats near the entrance).
Slicked up, timed better, with much better writing in the later version but the hellzapoppin frantic punch line-punchline-punchilne rythm of One is certainly here to see.
IRT's production, directed by William Brown (no relation), turns the rivalry of the agile, faithful servant Passepartout and the dogged but unlucky Detective Fix into an intercontinental hellzapoppin 'game.
It was all quaintly, reassuringly, hellzapoppin 'cheesy.
Richard Milward - author of the acclaimed coming-of-age novel Apples and now Ten Storey Love Song, the tale of a tower block and its hedonistic, hellzapoppin 'occupants told in a single,
The brothers Russo and Mr. Harmon, who wrote the pilot, keep the show hellzapoppin’ with enough cultural references to make Josh Schwartz jealous.
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