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hoopla

(ˈhuplɑ and ˈhuplə)
n. hype; an outcry; a fuss or a to-do. What’s all this hoopla about?
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We're always striving to build the hoopla digital experience.
Hoopla works through your web browser, or through an app downloaded to your tablet or smart phone.
Hoopla received its award for Hoopla Scoreboard, which helps sharpen employee performance through friendly competition, recognition, and game mechanics.
According to the brewery, Hoopla was the result of a beer/music collaboration, when the Boulder brewers worked with Kyle Hollingsworth, keyboardist of the band String Cheese Incident (and an avid homebrewer) to develop "the perfectly drinkable, yet flavorful, festival beer.
They seized the hoopla equipment and sent it to a university professor who specialises in statistics.
The hoopla gear was sent to Dr David Lucy, a statistics expert at Lancaster University.
Ever wonder what was behind all of the Hype and hoopla surrounding the move to 42-volt systems?
Has the Harry Potter hoopla helped popularize witchcraft?
When a principal dancer retires there is often a big announcement, bouquets, or wreaths--all manner of hoopla.
Thanksgiving and the winter holidays are the focus of the new Island Oasis fourth quarter merchandising kit, Holiday Hoopla.
The resulting media hoopla brought back memories of a similar gaffe by an earlier California candidate: In 1998 Matt Fong's bid for a U.
Schneemann's tableau, despite the attendant hoopla, was not one of these.
In November, Penteado stepped forward to confess that he was the Tourist Guy, speculating that the hoopla started as an e-mail prank by friends.
Anne Heche, the former consort of the world's most famous lesbian actress, Ellen DeGeneres, who together with Heche headlined "gay" hoopla, and for several years was the first lesbian lead character on television, recently got married the traditional way, that is married to a young man.
The hoopla generated by the Internet Tax Freedom Act seems to have dissipated somewhat.