Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
A videotaped performance of a recorded popular song, usually accompanied by dancing and visual images interpreting the lyrics.
- ‘They have a music video featuring them, rocking out in a van across Vancouver, hunted by UFOs and dragons.’
- ‘In 1999 he took part in a Chinese music video in which he sings and dances.’
- ‘His band is shooting their first music video, although technically the group is not actually filming.’
- ‘He's teaming up with one of the hottest stars in prime time for his new music video.’
- ‘Aided by digital graphics and other powerful tools, animation can enliven anything, from a movie to a music video.’
- ‘At one time, just having the ability to make something called a music video was an outright anomaly.’
- ‘It is widely regarded as the record which kick-started the popularity of the music video.’
- ‘The world premiere of the music video for the dance song will immediately follow.’
- ‘Also included is a music video of the sappy pop song that plays in the credits.’
- ‘Are you just taking pictures of the grand kids at Christmas or are you putting together your bands' first music video?’
- ‘And because it's in the public domain, anyone can borrow pieces of it to make a music video, comic short, or other art.’
- ‘Haven't they seen what happens when moral watchdogs condemn a scandalous music video?’
- ‘He will ultimately be judged on six short films, a music video and a final 20 minute picture.’
- ‘So I went to their site, checked out their music video, and had to watch it about three times.’
- ‘He pulled it off nicely, although it did always look as if he had just walked out of some rapper's music video.’
- ‘The result was music video for people who want to make fun of music video.’
- ‘If you have a chance to watch the music video for this song it is worth it.’
- ‘She sang along with her song, performing the dance that was on the music video for it flawlessly.’
- ‘There is also a four minute documentary featurette on the making of the music video.’
- ‘The way a style gets popular is if a rapper or actor wears it in a music video or at an awards show.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.