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In 2020, the holiday will fall on a Saturday that also happens to be a full moon and the last day of daylight savings time, promising an extra hour to sleep off those moonlit shenanigans.HOW TO SAFELY CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN DURING COVID-19KATE BAGGALEYOCTOBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Animals of all sorts use play to prepare for real-world situations—but their shenanigans can look pretty different from ours.ANIMALS PLAY IN ALL SORTS OF WAYSSARA KILEY WATSONSEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The DeFi trend is quietly gaining steam, much like the “initial coin offering” cryptocurrency boom of 2017, and the outsize returns of early adopters make financial shenanigans of various sorts all but inevitable.IS THE SUSHISWAP SAGA A PREVIEW OF A NEW WAVE OF CRYPTO CHAOS?DZANEMORRISSEPTEMBER 9, 2020FORTUNE
Your shenanigans probably chipped a little off the price I had to pay, so I ought to be grateful to you.MURDER IN THE GUNROOMHENRY BEAM PIPER
Election shenanigans, like college pranks, are fair play as long as they don't cause an outright holocaust.NULL-ABCHENRY BEAM PIPER AND JOHN JOSEPH MCGUIRE
And with such a sign to go by, there must've been shenanigans goin' on to make things go wrong!ATTENTION SAINT PATRICKWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
We played luck too; we never had no shenanigans, a-stealin' a man's money.SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES FROM INTERVIEWS WITH FORMER SLAVES.WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION
I said he insulted me by suggesting that I'd permit such shenanigans.THE PIRATES OF ERSATZMURRAY LEINSTER

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