flash mob


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flash mob

n.
A large impromptu public gathering of people, especially when organized through text messaging or online social networks.

flash mob

n
(Communications & Information) a group of people coordinated by email and social media to meet to perform some predetermined action at a particular place and time and then disperse quickly
ˈflashˌmobbing n
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I myself left the "flash concert" ten minutes after it began: the maximum length of a flash mob.
KARACHI -- Performing a flash mob featuring cultural dances of Gilgit Baltistan and Balochistan, artists left people mesmerised at a shopping mall in Karachi.
Summary: Flash mob rescue done in order to teach people the importance of knowing how to do CPR
Summary: Flash mob entertains passengers arriving from the two countries.
DANCERS and models sprung up with flash mob performances across Liverpool's streets for the launch of the British Style Collective.
A jazz flash mob had Huddersfield's spirits flying as commuters were met with a wall of sound at Huddersfield Station yesterday morning.
The woman in the T-shirt, who asked to remain anonymous, had just taken part in a flash mob event organized by Bangkok Rising, a group focused on eliminating gender-based violence.
The #Lima2016 group, which describes itself as a voluntary movement of individuals and groups committed to pursue democratic governance and rights-based reform agenda, conducted a flash mob in Philcoa, Quezon City to launch the de Lima campaign.
CROWDS of commuters gathered to watch bluesuited dancers strutting their stuff at Cardiff Central as a secret flash mob invaded the station forecourt.
RAIL commuters were serenaded as a flash mob made music at Newcastle Central Station.
In one such attempt, the Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP) has roped in volunteers of its students' wing to organise flash mob performances and roadside concerts in the city.