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drama price

drama price  v. phr.— «As the Fall Market approached, I had conversations with the sellers about the idea of “drama pricing.” I knew there were a few other unrenovated buildings coming on the market in September. In order to...

pierrade

pierrade  n.— «Slate is a staple of rustic cooking in France and in Andorra, where Ripert grew up. The traditional method, called pierrade, involves heating a thick slab of slate over an open fire, though now most pierrade cooking is done...

red light fever

red light fever n. 1. excitement or unusual behavior when confronting a recording device, specifically: nervousness, giddiness, or talkativeness in front of a live microphone or video camera; the desiring or seeking of media attention. 2. in...

spray and pray

spray and pray  v. phr.— «Drug companies are not ready to abandon the “spray and pray” random sampling of compounds to find potential new drugs, but excitement is growing about using computers to design tomorrow’s...

suitmation

suitmation  n.— «Two years later Godzilla, King of the Monsters, as it was called, was released in the United States and won critical acclaim despite the use of “suitmation” (a guy in a rubber suit) and the insertion of many...

hully-gully

hully-gully  adj.— «Some comedian might wish for such an improvement, but it is hard to imagine the hully-gully brand of basketball played these days without someone to stop the infighting.» —“Officials Await Tournaments with...

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