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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishschlockschlock /ʃlɒk $ ʃlɑːk/ noun [uncountable] American English informal  things that are cheap and of poor quality The gift store sells both tasteful gifts and cheap schlock.
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schlockHammersmith Road and its schlock architecture is proof that conservationists are not as powerful as the architectural profession likes to believe.Nothing so tempts us to believe outright lies and unfounded stories posing as science than the sensationalistic schlock therein.And when the product is animal research hysteria over a new human affliction can sometimes sell even the worst schlock.
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