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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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In addition hoopla digital offers "Kids Mode" which means families can search and access child-friendly titles at any time.
Library patrons can borrow seven items per month using their computer or the Hoopla app on their mobile device.
With their library card, patrons will have the ability to check out up to 10 items per month from Hoopla's extensive catalog of items.
Pupils from across Coventry have helped to develop Hoopla Theatre's new children's production, Three Witches
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."
In spite of all the hoopla and high hopes, Barack Obama will never be a Cromwell!
The medium-scale pattern Hoopla is also suitable for a range of applications.
A CRAFTY scam artist cheated Blackpool tourists out of their holiday money by running a rigged hoopla stall on the Golden Mile.
The global credit crunch has taken its toll in many areas, but Cannes-goers this year have discovered that one of the victims of cutbacks is old-fashioned vulgar hoopla.
A team of fifth-grade girls representing the Oregon Magic placed second in their division at Hoopla, a tournament that had more than 3,000 participants playing on courts in front of the state capitol.
After a game of hoopla involving red donut cushions and Jayne's head, Michael introduced himself: "I'm Mike.
Something else is missing from all the hoopla about saving the ports from foreign management and potential terrorism.
Since it was just one woman and they would never tell us who it was, I never got into that hoopla.
"What I'd like is a holiday that is average: no big hoopla, no big to-do, just--you know--average.