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wild art

wild art  n.— «This is when photojournalists rely heavily on something called “features,” which document a slice of life in a very particular way. Features are one of those terms best described as “you recognise one when...

hy-style

hy-style  n.— «Rather than filling the empty area, the mall’s owner will tear down the building to erect a new wing that looks a lot like a mall-industry nemesis—the trendy lifestyle center.…Westfield has coined a name for the...

leitkultur

leitkultur  n.— «“This debate,” it adds, “must not omit the issue of a (German) ‘Leitkultur’ (guiding culture), nor the commitments which a self-confident society…not ashamed of its Christian foundations may require of...

fumblerooski

fumblerooski n. in American football, a play in which the quarterback pretends to fumble and a teammate picks up the ball. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

fumblerooski

fumblerooski  n.— «The play is called the “fumblerooski.” Steinkuhler picked up a deliberate fumble by Gill and ran around left end for the score that made it 17-7 with a minute still to play in the first quarter...

fumblerooski

fumblerooski  n.— «Oklahoma’s second TD was a trick play—a “fumblerooski.” Quarterback Charles Thompson laid the ball on the ground and All-America guard Mark Hutson picked it up and ran 29 yards for the score.» —“It’s...

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