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  • n. popular culture


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  • One pop culture blog wrote, Suspicions were aroused when it was noted that the Wikipedia entry on Morgellons was first created only in February, and linked to the website

    The Panic Virus

  • The whole assemblage conveys with verve and zest the excitement to be found in the comics of the sixties, when pop culture was at its zenith.

    New Race

  • A similar power-of-association ploy emerged two years later when the pop culture celebrity of Imran Khan was appropriated to provoke violence worldwide that damaged the image of the U.S.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • Lillick only watched TV to pick up on pop culture icons he could trash in his performance pieces.

    Mistress of Justice

  • An exploration of pop culture and sports that takes a Klostermaniacal look at expections, reality, media, and fans.



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  • Pop culture: the behavior, customs, public/popular figures of life. Sentence: I'm a pop culture addict and fanatic.

    September 8, 2009