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  • n. Plural form of shindig.

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Examples

  • Best part of any of these shindigs is seeing old friends and meeting new ones -- something we did a lot of.

    Back from Epicon | The Stiletto Gang

  • India, in case you’ve been to one too many Mike Arrington Web 2.0 shindigs, is a country of more than a billion people and is home to many of the world’s fastest growing Information Technology start-ups.

    Crashing the party « Squash

  • These types of "shindigs" simply appear to be a deliberate attempt to push the limits of the NCAA recruiting rulebook.

    Capstone Report

  • Satellite "shindigs" will be happening in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and Denver-where the Heebs will gather at the groovy

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  • Where to meet: Major shindigs, including the Cannes Film Festival, take place at the Palais des Festivals www.palaisdesfestivals.com.

    Enjoying Cannes, Without the Stars

  • But now there seems to be a new breed of food festivals popping up around the world, whether it's one day events or proper sleep-in-a-tent-and-wake-up-covered-in-mud shindigs, where chefs, produce and local farmers get the attention they deserve.

    Honest Cooking: Rock n' Rolls: The Summer Of Food Festivals

  • But when I attend their shindigs and to-dos I have a tendency to drift into a shadowy corner and gawk from there.

    Bloggers on the Bus, bloggers in the index

  • In an Oct. 23 item, Mr. Young posted a variety of barbs about WikiLeaks, including an accusation that it holds "dramatic, rigged, press shindigs" to announce its leaks.

    Website for Leaked Data Shines Spotlight on WikiLeaks

  • Yesterday we noted that President Obama, not as part of a deliberate strategy to counter the false impression that he's a Muslim, talked at some length during one of his back-yard shindigs about his ostensible Christian faith.

    Not in My Backyard

  • After all, surely it's not as if "congressional Republicans and their corporate allies" were invited to Obama's backyard shindigs, and by now everybody realizes that "the George W. Bush era," for all its shortcomings, was a lot less bad than the Obama era.

    Not in My Backyard

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