Spectacle

[band] Spectacle was an alternative indie pop rock band from California during the 1990s fronted by Blake Miller (later of Moving Units). Their sound was characterized as `sunny, melodic, jangling folk-rock.` Other Spectacle members included Alex Crain, Brad Laner (formerly of Medicine), and Brent Rademaker (later of Further and Beachwood S
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Spectacle

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spectacle

[Noun] Something that catches the attention of people.
Example: She made a spectacle of herself when she drank too much at the office party.
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spectacle

[n] - something or someone seen (especially a notable or unusual sight) 2. [n] - an elaborate and remarkable display on a lavish scale 3. [n] - a blunder that makes you look ridiculous
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Spectacle

Spec'ta·cle noun [ French, from Latin spectaculum , from spectare to look at, to behold, v. intens. from specere . See Spy .] 1. Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarka
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spectacle

1. Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant; a gazingstock. 'O, piteous spectacle? O, bloody times!' (Shak) ... 2. A spy-glass; a looking-glass. 'Poverty a spectacle is, as thinketh me, Through which he may his
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spectacle

noun a blunder that makes you look ridiculous; used in the phrase `make a spectacle of` yourself
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spectacle

noun an elaborate and remarkable display on a lavish scale
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spectacle

noun something or someone seen (especially a notable or unusual sight); `the tragic spectacle of cripples trying to escape`
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Spectacle

• (n.) A spy-glass; a looking-glass. • (n.) Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant; a gazingstock. • (n.) Fig.: An aid to the intellectual sight. • (n.) An optical instrument consisting of
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Spectacle

[critical theory] The spectacle is a central notion in the Situationist theory, developed by Guy Debord in his 1967 book, The Society of the Spectacle. In its limited sense, spectacle means the mass media, which are `its most glaring superficial manifestation.` Debord said that the society of the spectacle came to existence in the late 1920
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Spectacle

[disambiguation] A spectacle is an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Spectacle or spectacles may also refer to: ...
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Spectacle

In general, spectacle refers to an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Derived in Middle English from c. 1340 as `specially prepared or arranged display` it was borrowed from Old French spectacle, itself a reflection of the Latin spectaculum `a show` from spectare `to view, watch` frequentative form of specere `to look at...
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Spectacle

The spectacle refers to the combination of the eye ring and supraloral line.
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