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hoopla

Brit a fairground game in which a player tries to throw a hoop over an object and so win it
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In addition hoopla digital offers "Kids Mode" which means families can search and access child-friendly titles at any time.
Hoopla provides library patrons with eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital comics, streaming movies and tv shows, and music.
Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) served as a beta tester for hoopla and then as a pilot library for OverDrive.
Hoopla works through your web browser, or through an app downloaded to your tablet or smart phone.
Hoopla received its award for Hoopla Scoreboard, which helps sharpen employee performance through friendly competition, recognition, and game mechanics.
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.
But because Hoopla celebrates truly inventive and unexpected embroidery, the how-to portions of the book are beautifully interwoven with inspired photographs and thoughtful interviews with embroidery renegades whose work is like nothing you've ever seen in a kit.
The medium-scale pattern Hoopla is also suitable for a range of applications.
TWO men who ran a seafront hoopla stall fleeced thousands of pounds from holidaymakers who had virtually no chance of winning.
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.
Summary: Singing sensation Susan Boyle is set to appear on The Oprah Winfrey show amid the hoopla surrounding her Britain's Got Talent performance.