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- n. Abbreviation of exclamation.
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Aslan is on the move 1.exclam. a popular line from one of them Narnia books, in which the presence of a big lion is announced.
Helmut Kraus is director of the design agency exclam! and is visiting professor of design at University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf, where he lectures in the theory and practice of digital photography.
Helmut Kraus is director of the design agency exclam! and is visiting professor of design at University of Applied Sciences D sseldorf, where he lectures in the theory and practice of digital photography.
Double exclam for this beautifully unexpected move, and for the courage to play this against the world's number six player, who is 53 rating points above the American.
His selection of Sarah Palin was an exclam (!!!!).
(the exclam is for the resourcefulness ... apparently this move can be refuted, but I still think it was a great try in blitz.) and the following sequence was played out quickly:
Also seen and heard, of course, are jaunty bilingual adjectives like shmaltzy ` sentimental, 'shlumpy ` slovenly,' klutzy ` awkward, 'etc., and inventive bilingual verbs like to hoo-ha ` to make an issue' [hu-ha, n. ` to-do '; exclam.