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You can hype anything 2 editions

Cover of: You can hype anything by Raleigh Pinskey


The word hype is slang, believed to have its origins in the Latin word hyperbole (from the Greek huperbole-), a combination of hyper-, meaning "over," usually implying excess or exaggeration, and -bole, meaning "throw."
added anonymously.


Library of Congress HD59 .P526 1995
Dewey 659


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2 editions First published in 1995

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Cover of: You can hype anything
1995, Carol Pub. Group
You can hype anything
in English - Carol Publishing Group ed.
Cover of: You Can Hype Anything
August 25, 1998, Citadel
You Can Hype Anything
Paperback in English - Carol Publishing Group Ed edition

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