- n. Plural form of spectacular.
“M. HOLM.S: Well, I think short-term there may be a couple of what they call spectaculars, and that is a large bomb directed at a specific together -- a building or a place of symbolism.”
“More than one year after the September 11 attacks and the invasion of Afghanistan, officials in Europe and the United States continue to warn that more horrific "spectaculars" -- some as potentially grim as 9-11 -- are all but inevitable.”
“Ironically, the Calderon government has reportedly contracted a Hollywood production outfit with the very anarchist brand-name "Autonomy" for $60,000,000 USD to mount centennial "spectaculars" - in 2008, "Autonomy" staged the spectacular pageant that opened the Beijing Olympics.”
“Since 1996, when Morgan Stanley unveiled Times Square's first digital LED billboard, the number of LED digital signs sometimes called "spectaculars" has ballooned to more than 50 as brands scramble to stand out amid the ever-brighter lights.”
“The book's title, alluding to Broadway's illuminated signs -- dubbed "spectaculars" by their earliest promoters -- promises a survey of the legendary displays.”
“It warned of terrorist "spectaculars" timed to occur between the end of the hajj, the traditional Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in mid-February, and the beginning of the outbreak of war with Iraq.”
“This is generally the way al Qaeda organizes its "spectaculars": high-visibility, usually high-casualty operations such as the September 11 attacks, the bombing of the USS Cole, and the East Africa embassy bombings.”
“Just because we see no "spectaculars" before us right now does not mean that climate change theory is false.”
“It indicated that the terrorist network was moving away from terror "spectaculars" towards smaller scale operations.”
“One of the greatest of the epic film "spectaculars",”
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