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However, the word has now been officially added to the Macquarie Dictionary, the most up-to-date record of Australian English as it’s prevalence has been on the up-and-up since the initial broadcast in December of last year.
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It felt rural and hard, but it felt like it would be easily accessed by anyone who has lived in a small town or seen imagery or heard stories of small towns. The actor and directer spotlights genre-bending shorts from New York filmmakers featuring Illuminati P.As the Merchant Ivory heyday and 1990s Austenmania gave way to a new class of glossy, Oscar-friendly royal biopics and historical dramas, genre conventions crystalized, becoming a rigid set of expectations seldom broken in mainstream Hollywood. Meaning "overwhelming sexual obsession with someone who has a vagina," the word is a close cousin to "dickmatized," a state of being totally hypnotized by someone's dick. And there are signs of the trend continuing, particularly on television: The Great has been renewed for a second season, and Sofia Coppola is currently developing an adaptation of Edith Wharton’s 1913 novel The Custom of the Country for Apple TV+.