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slam-bang

mod. wild; exciting. It was a slam-bang weekend, and I loved every minute of it.
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Slam-bang finale to the original trilogy, with Harrison Ford taking dad Sean Connery along for the ride.
Does President Barack Obama's George Washington University speech on the deficit--which featured a slam-bang (and utterly accurate) attack on House Republicans' plan to end Medicare and cut taxes for the rich--signal a shift on Obama's part from ardent (and almost always spurned) bipartisan to Democratic champion of the middle class?
Lin delivers slam-bang thrills including a theft from a moving train and a bruising fist fight between the two beefiest members of cast.
Finally, "Sevens/Elevens" begins playfully in 7/8, 11/8 and even 12/8 for variety, alternating and compressing this section with a heavier blues-y section, with a real slam-bang ending.
It is not just about leading 17 players, it is about leading the entire country," said the slam-bang cricketer.
The author's legal background allows him to give sufficient insight into the legal process to keep the reader interested, while writing a slam-bang thriller.
Children will be blown away by the incredible visual effects and outrageous slam-bang thrills and skirmishes between the noble Autobots and their sworn enemies, the Decepticons, while adults will be kept entertained by the dark humour.
PRINCETON - Last night wasn't exactly a slam-bang evening of civic decision-making for the Board of Selectmen.
But it does result in a big, slam-bang action climax.
Using this method, you must accept that the machine's production rate will be less than with the slam-bang method.
I miss the old slam-bang attacks," Anderson reflects.
HONG KONG Can yet another slam-bang, cop-socky movie lift the Hong Kong film industry out of its rut?
Once the audience has become accustomed to the slam-bang approach of Tap Dogs, the dancers smilingly bring on buckets of water.
Don't look to me for a slam-bang assault on footballers' wages.
The Last Seduction, directed by John Dahl (Red Rock West) from a script by Steve Barancik, is a slam-bang piece of contemporary film noir--tough, fast and gloriously dirty-minded.