razzamatazz


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razzmatazz

and razzamatazz (ˈræz(ə)məˈtæz)
n. deceptive talk; hype. Cut out the razzamatazz. How dumb do you think I am?

razzamatazz

verb
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The company's hosiery brands such as Razzamatazz and Kayser are market leaders in all retail channels from grocery chains to department stores, while the intimate apparel brands, including Formfit and Playtex, have a significant presence in specialty and department stores.
And in her own sizzling, razzamatazz way Criswell made sure they took centre stage.
When I was 14 I did a little talent show in Manchester and one of the judges was a TV producer who got me my big break presenting kid's pop show Razzamatazz.
As the dark days of January beckon, Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag are heading to Scotland to shed some light with a little razzamatazz.
I've done a few competitions before, and the biggest in Britain, but this was off the scale in terms of the size and the razzamatazz.
Expect the usual razzamatazz and classic tracks such as The Boys are Back in Town, Whiskey In The Jar and many others.
It would have all the hype and razzamatazz - and money.
Now that the hot air and the razzamatazz are almost over, one issue is emerging as the hot topic in the run-up to the next general election.
They had even travelled as far afield as Spain to ensure they did not miss the razzamatazz.
After the razzamatazz of the Twenty20 Cup it was a return to the relative serenity of four-day cricket at the Swansea seaside yesterday.
When Simon Sport Le Bon flew into New-castle to record an interview for Tyne Tees TV show Razzamatazz in April 1984, he'd just returned from trips to Japan and the United States.
30pm with plenty of T20 razzamatazz to enjoy and spectators are urged to arrive in good time to enjoy a rare spectacle of top level short format cricket.
There is no razzamatazz, no ticker tape entrances or flag-waving fervour which greases the wheels of a US election and fires up its voters.
What remains is all the razzamatazz of a tube station busker having to grab on to a pole (mic stand) as the train pulls off.
Has anyone thought about what to do with all the outdoor razzamatazz in St George's Square if it rains?