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listicle

(LIST of artICLEs) A numbered list of short articles; for example, "The Five Things You Must Know About Security" or "The 10 Top Drones for Consumers."
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Not all listicles are great - there is one which is about history's 10 greatest comas, I kid you not.
This listicle comprises and is titled '10 classic photos of AFL footballers in drag from Herald Sun vault'.
Huffington Post and Washington Post condemned the costume as tasteless and Cosmo's "10 Offensive Halloween Costumes That Shouldn't Exist" listicle ranked the costume Number 1.
The company's Nova technology is designed to make it easy for writers and editors to create different types of articles quickly, including video, listicle and long-form content, and the system enables content discovery and trend identification across the media universe for ViralNova editorial consideration.
When the story of the 84th legislative session is written, it will take many forms: narrative recap, "best and worst" listicle, Storified tweetstorm.
The latest updates include new entries such as adorbs, binge-watch, cray, humblebrag, listicle, neckbeard, SMH, side boob, vape and YOLO.
What they might do is wipe the report of your 18-year-old drunken stupidity or say a photo of you naked and asleep and with your head in a plant pot should be taken o' that viral internet listicle.
RUTH GRAHAMRecently, a listicle started proliferating on my Facebook page, as listicles are wont to do.
In March, The Washington Post published a listicle titled 47 Things That Have Made Trump Sad, which included everything from "fake news" organisations to Whoopi Goldberg's acting.
The second listicle (not that I would ever use a word like that in an official capacity) is a creepy/cool artistic project that's a photo gallery of 10 makeup designs based on each of the plagues.
A listicle is plodding, whether it pretends to levity or portentousness.
It is so complex that no listicle could ever do it justice.