Back to Article. Maybe it was the British accents and nutty hyper-sexual humor as I began to hit puberty, maybe it was the exhilarating feeling of watching something that my parents prohibited me from seeing at the time I was 8. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Search within my subject specializations: A whoop is a cry of exultation, a war cry, the whooping cry of a bird, or a harsh coughing sound.
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Now that kind of proceeding is evidence of a machine. A tribe of jungle primitives find a new religion when a jet drops a cache of Hollywood memorabilia and they wind up worshipping outlandish caricatures of such as Streisand, Monroe, and Bette Davis.
The distance is some 1,200 miles, through an unbroken wild and hostile country, and the way is beset with dangers from the outset to the close. Three women in one sanctum! It tells you the age, origin, and meaning of the name, as well as how it has fared in terms of popularity, and who the famous fictional or historical bearers of the name have been. From the Grammarist: Johnson to be nominated by the Assistant Republican Association, had the judicial conventions to endorse those nominations, and then had the Republican State Convention to endorse them all in a big whoop.
American Indians, etc. And in an on-target impersonationof Judy Garland, Tommy Femia captures the star's tremulous voice, the gestures and even her facial expressions in the self-congratulatory 'The Magic of Me. Overview Pages. Embraer shareholders approve sale to Boeing. Some pronounce the word with an h sound and some with a w sound. A Dictionary of First Names 2 ed.
Flavia Hodges is a philologist, lexicographer, and publisher. Oxford Reference. Items per page: The word is usually used doubled like this: A-Z to view, select the "Entries" tab.
How did I get into this bloody great big nutshell? Indian air force jets attack terrorist camp in Pakistan. In short, the government validates our efforts and everybody wins. Like Loading... The term meaning "a big deal" in a sarcastic or mocking way caught on so rapidly and with such strength that most users of the phrase today have little awareness of its origin.