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- "Oops!" is a 2003 drama film written by Deepak Tijori and Bijesh Jayarajan and directed by Deepak Tijori.
- country: India
- language: Hindi Language
- producer: Deepak Tijori
- written by Deepak Tijori & Bijesh Jayarajan
- music by Ravi Pawar
- genres: Romance Film, Musical, Drama, World cinema, Bollywood, Musical Drama
- released in (12 years ago)
- "Oops!" a.k.a. "Oops" is a 2010 short adventure film directed by Chris Beckman.
- "Oops!" a.k.a. "Oops" is a 2011 romantic, comedy film written and directed by Benoit Blanc.
- "Oops!" is a book by Colin McNaughton.
- "Oops!" is a book by David Shannon.
- "Oops!" is a song by South Korean boy band Super Junior featuring their labelmate girl group f(x). The track is released as part of Super Junior's repackaged version of their fifth studio album, Mr. Simple on September 19, 2011.
- "OOPS!" is a musical album of The Checkers.
- released on (24 years ago)
- "Oops!" is a composition by Lim Sang Hyuk and Son Young Jin.
- "Oops!" a.k.a. "Oops" is a composition.
- music and lyrics by Cat Faber
- "Oops!" a.k.a. "Oops" is a musical single of Slimboy.
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Too Many OOPS! (2014)
by Mamie R. Toole
OOPS! is a word someone usually says When something is inadequately done.
Use-Conditional Meaning (2015)
Studies in Multidimensional Semantics by Daniel Gutzmann
Instead of asking what an utterance of Oops! means or what it takes to make it true, we should better ask when it can be felicitously uttered. Let us go with the use conditions Kaplan (1999: 17) provides for illustration.
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