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stunt up
 v.— «Sceptics recall the reality of Gulf coverage as wastes of half-informed speculation by retired military men, punctuated by theatrical press conferences stunted up by the US military, complete with video inserts and the wit and wisdom of Stormin’ Norman.» —“Scud-FM goes critical—BBC gears up for round-the-clock news service” by Sheena McDonald Guardian (U.K.) Aug. 17, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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