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hokum

(ˈhokəm)
n. nonsense. (see also hocus. Possibly a blend of hocus + bunkum. Possibly a pseudo Latin form of hocus.) No more hokum. I want the truth.
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For the fifth chapter, "The Jumpin' Jive," Birnbaum explores jump jazz, scat, hokum jazz (including jug bands), and harmony singing groups.
Nor will refusing to post said hokum on your profile open you to any new privacy violations, it added.
THE Persuaders, that definitive 1960s series of hokum and high-jinks starring Tony Curtis and Roger Moore, is out on DVD.
Instead, Hokum serves up an eclectic selection of readings, quotations and excerpts from a wide body of African American writings, including fiction, public speeches and popular cinema.
Later at that reading, she told me that Kim Hokum was there and I should go talk to her.
There we encounter more of the same unsatisfying blend of sharp production values and Hollywood hokum.
But it is the fun hokum of 'Buck Rodgers,' 'The Shadow' and all those other fantasy stories of the 1930s.
Such treatments have more than a whiff of exoticizing hokum about them and do no favors for a strong and serious practice.
Bangkok is the most hokum place I have ever seen, never having been to California.
We will not hesitate to deflate and debunk pure political hokum.
While in Shalit's case it's disputable whether the accusations were founded, in Minkowitz's case it's clear that GLAAD's rant was sheer hokum.
It was graceful but otherwise extremely obvious and rather glorified hokum.
This is a process whereby an accounting firm would determine to what extent the organization had fallen prey to an epidemic of hokum, bunkum, twaddle, tish-tosh, and horse-bleep.
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Anyway, as a result of this hokum, we are now embroiled in an unwinnable war without end, but which may escalate to threaten each and every one of us.