smashmouth


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smash·mouth

 (smăsh′mouth′)
adj.
Characterized by exceptionally rough and aggressive play: smashmouth football.

smashmouth

(ˈsmæʃˌmaʊθ)
adj
(General Sporting Terms) informal US and Canadian denoting a style of play, esp in American football, that is characterized by power and aggression rather than skill and finesse
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Beginning last summer, customers can choose from a selection of Honest Tea RTD beverages at the fountain counter in Smashmouth Burgers (Denver, Colo.
Progamme director Zuby Ahmed, who is also managing and creative director of indie developer SmashMouth Games, said: "When we speak to our partners in the games and digital industries, they constantly stress the need for graduates to have real experience in their specialism.
The network will air original content, including pregame and postgame shows for its flagship "Raw'' on Monday nights, classic events, reality shows, documentaries and other forms of smashmouth programming.
With performances from Smashmouth and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, plenty of nearby clubs, and all-you-can-eat dining, this party will start 2012 off with a bang
After months of diversions - sideshow candidates, Hamlet acts and straw polls - Tuesday night's sizzling Republican presidential showdown boiled the nomination fight down to its essentials: a deeply personal, ideological and smashmouth contest between two rivals with almost nothing in common.
As smashmouth as you need to and situations will dictate that throughout the game.
You don't go through the Big Ten year after year knocking heads in the trenches for all those games not earn that smashmouth reputation.
The choices included the phony inspiration of U2's "Beautiful Day" and "City of Blinding Lights," as well as the horrifying strains of "I'm A Believer" by Smashmouth and "Right Here, Right Now" by Jesus Jones.
Such classics as "Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong as well as such more modern, trendy songs as "All Star" by Smashmouth are included.
Specially rigged cameras on the players' chairs fully capture the game's violence and smashmouth attitude, and the labors of editor Geoffrey Richman and co-editor Conor O'Neill (who shared a Sundance editing award) are almost too exhausting to contemplate.
In the case of Dodge trucks the difference is comparatively smashmouth vis-a-vis the competitors, whether it's Ford and Chevy or Nissan and Toyota.
Produced by Eric Valentine, who has worked with such rock luminaries as Smashmouth and Queens Of The Stone Age, Good Charlotte are loud, proud and passionate about all things rock.