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  • n. Plural form of extravaganza.


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  • (AP) Celebratory multimedia extravaganzas are a ritual when a superstar athlete comes to a new team, with flashbulbs popping as he tries on his jersey, introduces his family, embraces the fresh start and pledges that his best is yet to come. - Dolphins acquire Culpepper for 2nd-round pick

  • As of those of you who visited our Atlanta extravaganza are aware, our extravaganzas are a great place for us to experience the engagement and passion of our distributors first hand.

  • Strictly Come Dancing back on our screens, although I'm less excited about the silly Saturday rigmarole the BBC and ITV put us through of having to watch one, tape one, or flick between the two Saturday night 'extravaganzas'.

  • Tie-dye shirts and mohawks are even more divorced from their original contexts than in Western countries 'corporate music extravaganzas.

    A Pioneer In Chinese Music Festivals

  • There are of course, theme Park Halloween extravaganzas across the country.

    Eileen Ogintz: Are You Ready for the Ghosts and Goblins?

  • Sympathy gone. future 3D extravaganzas include STEP-UP 3D!!

    41 High Resolution Photos from Clash of the Titans | /Film

  • Mr. Seelmann-Eggebert is German television's top royal-weddings expert, with more than a dozen such extravaganzas from Spain to Sweden under his belt.

    No Titles, No Subjects, No Problem: Germans Join Royal Wedding Craze

  • Hardly known for his special effects extravaganzas, Malick's approach to film-making – capturing spontaneous events – doesn't jibe with the pre-planned discipline of CGI processes; they're just too synthetic for his more organic methodology.

    The genius of Douglas Trumbull

  • But let's hope we have "more success" than we have had with previous "Bail Out" extravaganzas.

    House Democrats want to use bailout money to pay for jobs

  • The marathon of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese and Southeast Asian popular cinema opens July 1 at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater, with its ever-arresting array of Yakuza potboilers and martial- arts extravaganzas, perverse comedies and karate-chopping cyborg romps, ghost stories and historical epics—and guest appearances by legendary figures like Tsui Hark, the architect of Hong Kong's new wave of action spectacles in the 1980s and '90s and this year's major honoree.

    Martial Art-House


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