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  • Shoo Shoo Baby — may refer to: *Shoo Shoo Baby (song), a song made popular by The Andrews Sisters *Shoo Shoo Baby (B 17), a restored World War II USAAF B 17G Flying Fortress bomber that is a static display in a museum …   Wikipedia

  • shoo — (v.) 1620s, to drive away by calling shoo, from the exclamation (late 15c.), instinctive, Cf. Ger. schu, It. scioia. Shoo in easy winner (especially in politics) (1939) was originally a horse that wins a race by pre arrangement (1928; the verb… …   Etymology dictionary

  • shoo-in — n especially AmE informal someone who is expected to easily win a race, election etc shoo in for ▪ He was far from a shoo in for president. shoo in to do sth ▪ He looked like a shoo in to win the Democratic nomination …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shoo-in — shoo ins N COUNT A shoo in is a person or thing that seems sure to succeed. [mainly AM, INFORMAL] Ms Brown is still no shoo in for the November election …   English dictionary

  • shoo — [sho͞o] interj. [echoic] go away; get out: used as in driving away chickens or other animals vi. shooed, shooing to cry “shoo” vt. to drive away abruptly, by or as by crying “shoo” …   English World dictionary

  • Shoo — Shoo, interj. [Cf. G. scheuchen to scare, drive away.] Begone; away; an expression used in frightening away animals, especially fowls. [1913 Webster] [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • shoo — shoo·ther; shoo; …   English syllables

  • shoo-in — ☆ shoo in [sho͞o′in΄ ] n. [ SHOO + IN2] Informal someone or something expected to win easily in an election, a race, etc …   English World dictionary

  • shoo|fly — «SHOO FLY», noun, plural flies. 1. = wild indigo. (Cf. ↑wild indigo) 2. U.S. a temporary track to enable trains to avoid an obstruction in the regular line …   Useful english dictionary

  • Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day — is a 1968 soul single released by American and Motown singer songwriter Stevie Wonder. The song, co written by Wonder and produced by Henry Cosby and Sylvia Moy, was the first to showcase Wonder s talents at the clavinet and was one of his first… …   Wikipedia

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