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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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Head of hoopla is apparently for someone attempting to create an environment where energy is generated.
hoopla digital recently unveiled a new eReader which has features to present picture books and read-a-longs while allowing graphics to appear as they would in a physical book.
Hoopla provides library patrons with eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital comics, streaming movies and tv shows, and music.
THIS week's award for spectacularly missing the point goes to Chelsea's technical director Michael Emenalo, who claims he does not understand all the 'hoopla' about Tottenham's youth policy given that only Harry Kane of the firstchoice XI is a bona-fide academy product.
ONE senses that the Queen would rather have done without the hoopla that accompanied the new record she set yesterday.
The Boylston Public Library is pleased to announce that we will now be offering public access to thousands of movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and music through an application known as Hoopla. This service is free to all Boylston residents with a Boylston Public Library card.
The children also made their own skates and hoopla, tried sledging, curling, made Olympic torches from ice cream cones, popcorn, red, yellow and orange icing and participated in relay races.
At the town's historic castle, Victorian entertainment including a Punch and Judy show, a flea circus, folk music, archery, croquet and hoopla will keep crowds entertained.
BAH came out to rejoice and relax, fill the malls and restaurants, to pray and party, hoopla, hoopla, hurrah!
Children's theatre company Hoopla, the team behind The Night Queen, are returning with a spooky new 60-minute modern play about sibling rivalry inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Living in obscurity with her aunt (Eleanor Bron), Daisy is unexpectedly summoned to the side of the 32nd president (Bill Murray) in the hope that she can take his mind off the hoopla surrounding the British royals (Samuel West, Olivia Colman).
Hoopla Pale Ale, first released in summer 2011 in 22-ounce bottles and limited draft, makes its return to the Boulder Beer seasonal lineup this summer with the addition of 12-oz 6-pack cans.