schtik

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  • schtik — noun 1. (Yiddish) a little; a piece give him a shtik cake he s a shtik crazy he played a shtik Beethoven • Syn: ↑shtik, ↑shtick, ↑schtick …   Useful english dictionary

  • shtick —    , schtik    (shtihk) [Yiddish, from German: pranks; antics] A contrived or studied routine or performance, usually comic, or a piece of “business” used by an actor; the use of exaggerated evices or gestures to draw people’s attention. A bit of …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • The Head Shop — Infobox Album Name = The Head Shop Type = studio Longtype = Artist = The Head Shop Released = 1969 Recorded = 1969 Genre = Psychedelic rock Length = 31:32 (LP) Label = Epic Producer = Milan Maxim (Associate Producer) Reviews = Last album = This… …   Wikipedia

  • schtick — noun 1. (Yiddish) a little; a piece give him a shtik cake he s a shtik crazy he played a shtik Beethoven • Syn: ↑shtik, ↑shtick, ↑schtik • …   Useful english dictionary

  • shtik — noun 1. (Yiddish) a little; a piece give him a shtik cake he s a shtik crazy he played a shtik Beethoven • Syn: ↑shtick, ↑schtik, ↑schtick …   Useful english dictionary

  • Milan the Leather Boy — Milan (also known as The Leather Boy) (born December 15, 1941 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia; died March 14, 1971 in New York City) was an enigmatic producer, songwriter and recording artist on numerous songs made throughout the 1960s, mostly though not …   Wikipedia

  • Milan (aka The Leather Boy) — Milan (also known as The Leather Boy) (born c. 1944) is an enigmatic producer, songwriter and recording artist on numerous songs released throughout the 1960 s, mostly though not exclusively in the psychedelic rock and garage rock genres. He has… …   Wikipedia

  • schtick — /shtik/, n. Slang. shtick. Also, schtik. * * * …   Universalium

  • schtick — ☆ schtick or schtik [shtik ] n. SHTICK …   English World dictionary

  • buffoonery — noun acting like a clown or buffoon • Syn: ↑clowning, ↑japery, ↑frivolity, ↑harlequinade, ↑prank • Derivationally related forms: ↑frivolous (for: ↑frivoli …   Useful english dictionary

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