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stunt up
 v.— «Stripping will continue, but not much more than we have already. But there will also be “stunting up the schedule:” times when we break out of stripping with a one-off movie or event.» —“The shape of things to come at ITV” by Georgina Henry Guardian (U.K.) 1991, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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