from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A range of northeast Oregon and southeast Washington consisting of an uplifted, eroded part of the Columbia Plateau. It rises to 2,777.3 m (9,106 ft) at Rock Creek Butte in Oregon.
- A range of eastern Jamaica rising to 2,252 m (7,388 ft) at Blue Mountain Peak. It is a coffee-growing area.
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Perhaps because so much of the Irish stereotype (and the tourist brand-image) conjures up an unchanging land where time stands still, the Irish faculty for changing practices or expectations with bewildering rapidity has been underestimated.
Time Warner Cable is continuing to promote services beyond conventional cable television with a new brand-image campaign that urges customers to "Enjoy better."
Plans also call for ads for Time Warner Cable's product offerings to be remade to adopt the look and feel of the brand-image campaign, he added.
"The brand-image costs will be there for a long, long time," says Nirmalya
The promo that first emerged in its Super Bowl ad was "a stroke of genius," in the view of Todd Turner, president of Car Concepts, a brand-image and auto-research consultancy in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Eight years of damage to the brand-image of democracy means that Obama has an opportunity to restore the reputation of the values he represents.
Focus on growth objectives instead of brand extensions, efficiency and cost objectives instead of marketing synergy or scale, and building assets to support strategic initiatives instead of brand-image campaigns. is vice chairman of Prophet, a global consultancy that helps management more effectively use branding, marketing and innovation to drive profitable growth.
In response, SeaWorld, whose brand-image depends on friendly-looking killer whales, has found itself in a public-relations quandary akin to what Accenture experienced with its "Go on.
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