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  • n. Plural form of hoopla.


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  • In our household, most of our hooplas take less than 2 minutes. | Blog | The Hoopla: Playful Ritual At It's Best

  • So not big hooplas, for the first time ever, for my special day.

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  • But I think George Bush really does have to do, though, you know, is transcend all of the parties and all of the hooplas, and really address the very real hopes and fears of America.

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  • He said it contains $650 million for "digital converter box hooplas" and $400 million for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for programs related to sexually transmitted diseases.

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  • Frank Keating: Cricket: Andrew Strauss's decent fist is no match for others 'high-five hooplas

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  • Even though he's planned events for presidential inaugurations and managed rock tours for the likes of the B-52s, and even though his company is known for staging hooplas like official election night parties and museum anniversaries, there are still some things beyond Ajay Patil's considerable multitasking, detail-wrangling skills.

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  • - In the pantheon of corporate hooplas, Apple's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference lies somewhere between the TV-network upfronts and a model-railroading convention.

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  • The ability to set tab labels to show what you are doing or where you are would be great if one wouldn't have to go through hooplas to re-define a lot of Unix commands, to do their normal jobs and set the tab label, then reset the label to cwd on completion.

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