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rah-rah

(ˈrɑˈrɑ)
mod. having to do with college and college enthusiasm. It was sort of a rah-rah party.
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RAH-RAH TOP: High street pounds 169; Dalton Park pounds 50.
Cheerleaders face the bootSEXY cheerleaders like one time rah-rah girl Cameron Diaz could be sidelined at US college football games next season.
Since it's a professional business, some of the rah-rah of college athletics is gone: That's the one thing that our players say is really different.
And DataPlay proves that having plenty of corporate rah-rah isn't enough if the public isn't clamoring for your new toy.
The caustic swipe angered Harris so much that if the 1976-77 Arkansas Razorback rah-rah squad had a reunion, the mega-author would definitely not attend.
Jaja Jackson wires rah-rah circuit for customized Web services
The more non-content, rah-rah the presentation, the more derisive the comments.
The recently concluded Olympic Games featured more than athletic accomplishments, drug scandals, and the usual nationalistic rah-rah featured so predominantly in the mainstream media.
NEW YORK -- No matter the team match-up, every football fan can rah-rah a good tailgate party come game day.
His inclusion denied a regular Rah-Rah a game and the idea of it being "a one-off switch" convinces no one.
If you need a rah-rah speech for Game 7, your team is probably in a little trouble.
Oh, yes, I was there and it's sent me into such a spiral of nostalgia, that I'm not taking my Cher wig or my rah-rah skirt off for anyone.
Tuitele also is "not really a rah-rah guy," in his own words.
Against all odds, USC welcomed the traveling circus known as ESPN ``College GameDay,'' setting aside some valuable tailgating real estate outside the peristyle entrance to the Coliseum on Saturday morning for all the necessary staging of this weekly rah-rah event.
Running through the dialogue is a public school rah-rah enthusiasm, where an indifference to the injuries received on a school rugger pitch, translate badly to the real-life horror of fatal shrapnel wounds sustained by young, idealistic poorly-trained NCOs scarcely out of the sixth form thus no more than cannon fodder.