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- found: Work cat.: Babby, E. The play of language and spectacle, c1985.
- found: Web. 3 (spectacular: adapted or intended to excite wonder and admiration by unusual display (as of pomp or scenic effects); of a kind to attract notice distinctly unusual or unexpected)
- found: Holman handbk. to lit. (spectacle: a scene, action, or event that is large, lavish in detail, unusual, or striking, and usually employed as much for its own spectacular effect as for its role in the work ...)
- 1986-06-30: new
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