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  • n. Plural form of spinoff.

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Examples

  • This is one of two web-only spinoffs from the 30 Days of Night movie from FEARnet. com.

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  • Sheigh Crabtree looks into possible spinoffs from the Shrek franchise.

    GreenCine Daily: Shorts, fests, etc, 4/2.

  • All The Dracula sequels and spinoffs from the Universal days.

    Waldo Jaquith - Flu movies.

  • No real-name spinoffs; driver's license ages thirty-eight and up -- my peeper ten years older minimum.

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  • Whenever the idea of spinoffs comes up, success stories inevitably follow.

  • The companies, called spinoffs because they develop products or services that stem directly from research at the University of Oregon, will each receive $50,000 venture-launch grants from the University Venture Development Fund, a tax-incentive program approved in 2007 by the Oregon Legislature.

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  • In a brief interview with Radar Online at the 36th Annual Vision Awards in Beverly Hills this weekend, Twilight producers Wyck Godfrey and Greg Mooradian revealed that they are entirely open the idea of spinoffs after the main four films have been completed:

    Screen Rant

  • Editor's note: It would seem that while NASA StratComm staff are off checking to see if their unsubstantiated and antiquated claims about the proverbial "spinoffs" the agency seems to fling off (so they would suggest) at a furious pace, they missed this real spinoff alltogether - one that is indeed right out of Star Trek and funded by NASA's own NSBRI!

    NASA StratComm Misses a Really Cool Spinoff - NASA Watch

  • By that I don't mean that NASA and our space program should just be about "spinoffs", as important as past ones have been to our economy and our society.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: July 2009 Archives

  • Yet NASA PAO never seems to pay any attention to what this magazine/website is doing - all while NASA's Strategic Communications folks try to make taxpayers see that the agency does things of clear value with their tax dollars - you know: "spinoffs".

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: July 2008 Archives

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