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“For me it just doesn't fit. victorinox the guy from Cashback is just perfect ... (the Captain of Gryffindor Team in the 1st Harry Potter)”
“I saw a little British film called Cashback earlier this week at a strange mall here in Chicago that seems to have modeled itself after the Guggenheim.”
“The first initiative, known as Cashback, is designed to drive online sales for the companies that advertise on Live Search.”
“And I agree, the "Cashback" trailer is much better.”
“The fact that you probably have never heard of Sean Ellis or "Cashback" is precisely why you'll probably see, or at least know about "The Broken" - because it features Lena Headey in the starring role.”
“The kid in this case is Brit Sean Ellis ( "Cashback"), whose latest movie is "The Broken".”
“Camille Scherrer and Vincent Jacquier's "Cashback" is a cheeky project that translates various denominations of the Euro into a motion video striptease.”
“When users search for products, the Bing Bar will flag Microsoft "Cashback" deals.”
“Running Shoes") and a "Cashback" widget appears in the Bar, allowing the user to sort search results by those that offer cashback through Bing.”
“With the help of the NUJ's Cashback for Interns campaign, Hudson took TPG Web Publishing, owner of My Village, to a tribunal, and earlier this month she was awarded £1,025 for five weeks' work at the national minimum wage rate, plus pro rata holiday pay.”
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