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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of namedrop.


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  • My only quarrel is that he 'namedrops' a lot: you can easily figure out the Bachchans, the Ambanis, Thackeray, party animals, and even the biggest rag-sheet in the city.

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  • In the skit, Franco namedrops the "Necro Butcher," who appeared in The Wrestler during a brutal hardcore match with Mickey Rourke's Randy "The Ram" Robinson, featuring a staplegun, barbed wire, broken glass, and other implements of destruction.

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  • Besides not being very amusing, Leno namedrops products like someone who is getting paid vast amounts of money to do so.

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  • DC gets the most namedrops on BBT because its a Warner produced show, and they can use DC images without having to pay.

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  • On his myspace site, he namedrops Modest Mouse, Okkervil River and Bedhead (of all people!).

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  • I suppose if it namedrops John Wayne Gacy, as we saw last week, it's of fairly recent vintage.

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  • Tom Scioli's art is heavily inspired by comic legend Jack Kirby's work from the 1960's and it is juxtaposed with ironic writing from Joe Casey that namedrops Condoleeza Rice and features a villain who is a skull floating in a bottle and is always searching for the ultimate high.

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  • On the album 50 namedrops hip hop industry moguls and street hustlers from his hood alike.

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  • Mr Frog namedrops several places I have never heard of, and I grow wistful.


  • The "contemporary" part of the gallery's name tells you more about its contents than the artist it namedrops.

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