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  • n. Alternative spelling of spiel.


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  • Comment #367 “Just a reminder of fanatical Islam:” is actually a reminder of a Neil Boortz schpeel from a few months ago.

    Think Progress » Kristol Suggests People of Iran Would Embrace U.S. Attack, Triggering Regime Change

  • There's no "schpeel" to Lasseter's convictions about story being the most important factor of a film's success and the medium not being a genre.

    The Hat Walk

  • Any PR schpeel that tries to pretend that this motion control bonanza is about innovation and intuitive accessibility and not just about duplicating Nintendo's "economic miracle" is nothing more than disingenuous lip service.

    In Defense Of The Classic Controller

  • I honestly don't think he believes his own schpeel sometimes.

    The Hat Walk

  • My husband just asked me what I was reading about on my blogs lately and I went into a 5 minute schpeel on all the different homemaking aspects of them and what I'm learning and I even read him several titles from your sidebar on recent posts-home scents, the linen closet, etc. and now I was about to read one on "the front porch."

    The Front Porch

  • You had the same schpeel the president does, nothing new. just lost my vote mccain, i did believe you in before [sic]

    John McCain launches official blog

  • Mr. Churchill spoke in a relatively calm manner throughout the schpeel.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • Costas is good in moderation, but we don't need to see his holier than thou schpeel every night.

    River Avenue Blues

  • The day I had the brackets put on they took me into the office and gave me the wear and care schpeel and then asked if I had any questions.

    Knowledge is Power

  • They asked tough questions but then they let him spin it too far into his schpeel.

    Julia Sweeney


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