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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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Library patrons can borrow seven items per month using their computer or the Hoopla app on their mobile device.
Sandra Fernandez, manager of public relations at Houston Public Library (HPL), has also had a good experience with hoopla since signing up in December 2013.
Look for the link to access Hoopla on the library's Twitter account, Facebook page, or website: www.
The brewery reports that the Hoopla can artwork includes a QR code to scan for free music downloads from Mr.
Hoopla features twenty-nine projects, most designed by the embroidery masters showcased in the book.
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.
Since it was just one woman and they would never tell us who it was, I never got into that hoopla.
Stalls and activities include hoopla, coconut shy, pony rides, beat the goalie, tombola, cake stall, face painting, disco, bouncy castle and much more.
In spite of all of the hoopla about valuation models, my private company--since it issues SARs--has been using fair value anyway.
This was brought home with some force at the end of last year, when PBS, with great hoopla, rebroadcast Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1957 made-for-television musical, Cinderella.
Hoping that the hoopla over Sarbanes-Oxley will start to fade?
Ever wonder what was behind all of the Hype and hoopla surrounding the move to 42-volt systems?