bandwagon


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a popular trend that attracts growing support

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a large ornate wagon for carrying a musical band

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Launched in 2013, Bandwagon is based at the Urban Future Lab, an innovative cleantech incubator in downtown Brooklyn powered by an unprecedented partnership between NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering and The City and State of New York.
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9 in Tuckerman Hall, it's back to Jason Moran and the Bandwagon - his trio with bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits.
If you listened carefully you could hear the bandwagon crashing in the applause after Linda Ware said South Wales is up in arms about green energy issues.
But then a bandwagon is a bandwagon wherever it comes from
Under the terms of the agreement, Bandwagon will embed a blinkx video bar featuring music-related content from blinkx's index, the largest index on the Web with over 7 million hours of content.
It was goofy enough for county and city leaders to jump on the anti-trans fat bandwagon, considering that the public's health-consciousness has already prompted food manufacturers and fast-food restaurants to start using alternatives.
As The Times noted, other fight-wing groups saw the money pouring in and jumped quickly on the holiday bandwagon.
MTV is jumping on the dance-themed reality TV show bandwagon this fall, and who better to produce it than Jennifer Lopez, the multitalented superstar who got her first break as a dancer?
Jesse Jackson was one of the early black activists to jump on the green bandwagon.
In the day and age of slim profit margins, its doubtful OEMs will jump on the LED bandwagon until the systems become more affordable.
Get Behind Me, Satan is a good place for the nondevotee to get on the White Stripes bandwagon.
I refuse to jump on the "punker than thou" bandwagon, with all those who just can't stand to admit that we're all on this earth together.
I thus find the socio-economic argument of Solitary Sex far-fetched and ultimately reductionist, showing insufficient appreciation that there were different parties, each with its own agenda and separate reasons for jumping on the anti-masturbation bandwagon.