“Its no-nonsense, attention-grabbing which is to say, cannily marketed subtitle?”
“And the attention-grabbing word news, from a prehistoric root meaning simply “now,” found its Global English stride in more terrestrial circumstances.”
“The others in Florida also made it ashore, despite their attention-grabbing attire of "bathing trunks and army forage caps.”
“So, I guess that I see it this way: Any of the your proposed methods have the potential to work if they are attention-grabbing enough, but it is the manner of distribution that might be an issue.”
“Taylor from the start had a rare intensity, sincerity, confidence and vulnerability, and she was blessed with that indefinable, attention-grabbing presence we call charisma.”
“I'm talking about RockMelt , the latest attention-grabbing Web browser that continuously displays information from Facebook, Twitter and news feeds on the left and right edges of its browser window.”
“RockMelt is an attention-grabbing Web browser that continuously displays information from Facebook, Twitter and news feeds on the left and right edges of its browser window, as WSJ's Katherine Boehret reports.”
“People who aren't flashy and attention-grabbing aren't as popular.”
“Tired of singing back-up for Toni, Tamar openly bemoans the lack of attention on her and her nonexistent solo career in the only attention-grabbing way she can: affixing domain names to the end of sentences.”
“While the final meeting of the regular season against the Lightning, which hold a one-point edge on first place in the Southeast prior to their game Saturday night against Montreal, may be the more attention-grabbing of the two games Coach Bruce Boudreau doesn't want to even remotely overlook the Panthers.”
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