GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. seizing the attention.
- adj. likely to attract interest.
- adj. seizing the attention
- adj. likely to attract attention
“Students are piloting new attention-getting tactics like Briefcase Brigades.”
“We've got to do things that somehow are more unique and more attention-getting than what we've been doing," Mr. Greenblatt said in an interview.”
“The court permanently banned enforcement of most of the challenged rules against attorney advertising, including rules against attention-getting techniques; use of nicknames and mottos; use of client testimonials; portrayal of judges; and use of Internet pop-up ads.”
“In a victory for First Amendment rights, the court permanently enjoined enforcement of most of the challenged rules against attorney advertising, including rules against attention-getting techniques, the use of nicknames and mottos, the use of client testimonials, the portrayal of judges and the use of Internet pop-up ads.”
“He served his time in Los Angeles after his attention-getting trial was moved to Southern California,The shooting continues to spark debate, racial tension and occasional protests that have turned violent.”
“Why must The New York Times devote not one, not two, but three bright spotlights to Nicholson Baker's latest novel, "House of Holes," a work that comes with the pathetic, attention-getting subtitle, "A Book of Raunch"?”
“Their content will increasingly compete with the major content owners as technology enables the individuals to increase the quality of their content and increase their ability to level the playing field for attention-getting and distribution.”
“Diamonds, beads, and gems in attention-getting designs - this is jewelry for the confident woman.”
“Men were advised to wear attention-getting apparel, such as goggles and big hats, and to open with goading questions.”
“They can't be consistently relied on to do good publicity or even do attractive, attention-getting displays.”
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