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  • adj. hectic and chaotic; action-packed

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Examples

  • Leo, your sign is ruled by the Sun and is the epitome of hellzapoppin 'fierceness.

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  • 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).

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • It was all quaintly, reassuringly, hellzapoppin 'cheesy.

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  • 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,

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  • 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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