(1) If this is what 70s stoners were laughing at, it feels like they’ve already become acquiescent, passive parts of media-relayed consumer society; precursors of the cathode-ray-frazzled pop-culture exegetists of Tarantino and Kevin Smith in the 90s.
(2) American Horror Story is a paean to the supernatural whose greatest purpose is letting washed-up actors and pop stars chew the scenery on the way to winning awards .
(3) Louis CK is exploding a few myths about one of pop culture's most hallowed spaces, the sitcom writers' room.
(4) Just months later, Grade popped up fronting a private-equity backed bid for Pinewood from the Rank Group.
(5) While there's no discernible forró influence in the dreamy 80s indie-guitar music of Fortaleza's Cidadão Instigado, they do take influence from popular local style brega, a 1970s and 80s Brazilian romantic pop music.
(6) "With the full backing of British Gymnastics, the trainers who helped take Smith and Tweddle to Olympic glory are ready to turn the nation's pop stars, actors, newsreaders and chefs into heroes of the high bars and titans of the tumble track," it added.
(7) The new generation of political leaders were the children of Elvis and the Beatles: they looked up to their older pop idols.
(8) I can’t,” says sufi pop singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, comparing himself unfavourably to his uncle, the late Pakistani superstar Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan .
(9) Can you pop round to discuss implications with me thanks andy,” it read.
(10) The minor differences between the sequences of POP's VH and V kappa genes and sequences used by other autoantibodies, may be responsible for this antibody's crossreactivity with myelin and, as a result, the autoimmune neuropathy.
(11) Aaron Ramsey, who scored the opening goal and set up Bale for the third, was outstanding, Joe Allen delivered another imperious performance in centre midfield and then there was that wonderful moment when Neil Taylor, of all people, popped up with the second goal.
(12) We all knew from the beginning that Little Mix would be in with a shout for the final rounds, because they were young and possessed of more than a modicum of talent and so no one … old … no matter how talented, would pop their bubble.
(13) Over the past 50 years, composer Steve Reich’s music has had a powerful impact – not only on the contemporary classical world, but also on legions of rock, pop, hip-hop, jazz, and electronic musicians.
(14) It is a fun place to stay, with pop-art-inspired design, a hairdresser, a photo booth and film nights.
(15) A popping phenomenon was observed between the coracoacromial ligament and the greater tuberosity of the humerus, which was covered by the rotator cuff, and the coracoacromial ligament was resected with a rongeur under endoscopic visualization in all shoulders.
(16) Like the school friend who pops up on Facebook after 30 years, Barbie is banging on the door to come back into my life.
(17) Everyone has been part of it, regardless of whether you’re a dirty metalhead or a flamboyant pop fan.” • This article was amended on 1 June 2017.
(18) This 90s pop confection had torn tights, a sulky attitude and high regard for Quentin Tarantino.
(19) "If everyone on Newsnight knew it was true that Savile was a paedophile, it should not have run a tribute to someone who was molesting girls in wheelchairs before they went on to Top of the Pops .
(20) Inside one shop, a guard from the street happens to have popped in for a cup of tea a moment earlier, but it's not a coincidence.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sop
(1) Worst of all they are a sop to those who think censorship is the answer to powerlessness.
(2) Scores of sopping-wet pedestrians have complained to police after being splashed when motorists drove through puddles, figures show.
(3) After addition of ouabain (1 microM) the after potentials, after contractions, and SOP and SOT amplitude were significantly increased.
(4) Intracellular killing (KI), superoxide anion-producing capacity (SOP), and myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity were measured in 22 patients with esophageal cancer, 27 with gastric cancer, and 13 age-matched controls.
(5) In the present study, we have shown by single afferent unit recording in the organs of Lorenzini that L-serine-O-phosphate (L-SOP) decreases the resting discharge frequency as well as electrically evoked responses.
(6) Immediately after resuscitation, the following data were obtained; arterial (a) pH 7.17, PaCO2 37.8 mmHg, aHCO3- 13.2 mEq.l-1, venous (v) pH 7.09, PvCO2 57.5 mmHg, vHCO3- 16.6 mEq.l-1, CSF (c) pH 7.27, PcCO2 41.4 mmHg, cHCO3- 18.6 mEq.l-1, serum osmotic pressure (SOP) 310 mOsm.kg-1, and serum lactate (SL) 24.8 mg.dl-1.
(7) In a sop to UK sensibilities, Germany suggested a slight postponement and slight adjustment of the new regime in what looked like giving Osborne an opportunity to save face.
(8) "This bill is a sop to Eurosceptics on the Tory backbenches rather than a serious policy for Europe," said shadow Europe minister, Wayne David.
(9) The insertion of sop+ from the F plasmid or parB+ from the R1 plasmid reduced the loss frequency by a factor of 10(3) for the pBR322 derivative and by at least a factor of 10(2) for the mini-R1 plasmid.
(10) The BBC sessions version of Hey is one of my favourite ever songs and to hear that, as the sun was trying to break through, almost made me forget the fact I'd lost my waterproof and was walking about sopping wet in a glorified bin-liner.
(11) The present results therefore indicate that the environmental contaminants, HPO and SOP, lack any potential for modification of mammary gland or colon carcinogenesis under the conditions of the investigation.
(12) The month-long review will act as a sop to France's Socialist government that wants to keep American hands off what it has described as one of its "industrial jewels".
(13) The intraocular pressure (IOP) was decreased by 14 mm Hg to 3.9 and 4.9 mm Hg after SOP and VOP, respectively.
(14) This would be a drop in the ocean, and do nothing to resolve the mountain of outstanding debt; but it might be enough of a sop to Hollande for him to be able to claim he's shifted the debate towards growth.
(15) Myelomatosis developed in 10 SOP and 2 EMP patients, and this development did not correlate with the presence or absence of an M-component at the time of diagnosis of plasmacytoma.
(16) The offer of a referendum “was a concession to party, a manoeuvre to access some of the Ukip vote, a sop to the rampant anti-Europe feeling of parts of the media.
(17) The second provision was a sop to unions, and as such was seen as a Democratic ask: a tax on group health care plans – which would fund a reinsurance program to protect against early strain on the system from potentially lots of sick people and no healthy people signing up – was to be delayed.
(18) Fisher worked during the height of the recovery, helping launch boats that were going out to sop up oil.
(19) Previous studies have identified a glycoprotein (sOP 92) that is secreted by sheep oviductal epithelium and subsequently becomes associated with developing embryos.
(20) This year, in fact, was an exception, when very late in the day and as a sop to commuters, George Osborne announced that the formula would be simply RPI, forcing the rail companies into hurried changes to their complicated fares tables.