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“It marks, also, probably the first time the word "JumboTron" has been used in a work of ecclesiological criticism.”
“Jili perused the furniture and framed pictures while Ben joined David Moran in admiring a high-def flat-screen TV the size of a stadium JumboTron.”
“With Regis and Kathie Lee and had his 2001 prognostication broadcast live on Times Square's JumboTron.”
“Or, to make a clearer point: During the team's 1986 world championship season, Mets officials thought it would be fun to use Shea Stadium's JumboTron scoreboard to play a fictionalized computer game between the '69 Mets and the current team.”
“In New York, the campaign began in mid-June and included ads in Times Square via JumboTron and billboard, as well as inside and atop taxis and inside select subway cars.”
“Earlier this week, the Washington Nationals invited our team and their families to the Nat's stadium for Monday night's game with the Braves, brought them onto the field for a ceremony, and put their smiling faces up on the JumboTron.”
“News Alert: Today Ken asked Barbie to take him back and she said yes, on the Time Square JumboTron no less.”
“One option — if you must bring a stroller, give up your ticket to the West Front and go to the Mall, where you can jam in with millions of other people and hope for a better view on a JumboTron.”
“Patriotic images -- Ol' Glory, waves of amber grain, cracked Liberty Bells, etc. -- fill the JumboTron.”
“Hopey/changey images -- young people, black people, employed people, etc. -- fill the JumboTron.”
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