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  • A cut-down version of a longer viral Web video, "Forgotten Crimes," is still longer than the standard 30-second or minute-long ads and will be airing on cable statewide.

    Ad of the day: Melancon airs Vitter's dirty laundry

  • Mr. Ackroyd avoids such temptation, and his version is more of a cut-down.

    Arthurian Glories Renewed

  • While the US Bing rollout offers a customised site for mobile phone users which includes results based on your location, heading to m. bing.com.au variously redirects to the standard Bing site or a cut-down version of the US option (I got different results at different times and with different clients).

    Mobile Bing Lacks Aussie Zing | Lifehacker Australia

  • The cut-down was confusing and, despite such appealing actors as Jennifer Morrison and Big Love's Ginnifer Goodwin in the mix, not very enticing.

    Critic's Notebook: The ABC Upfront

  • "I think it was important for people to see who I really am and not a cut-down version," she says.

    Camille Grammer Talks $#*! — and Real Housewives Future

  • The "Nonet," is a cut-down, customized version of the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, and its most salient feature is five of the strongest saxophonists in town, most of whom are Vanguard vets: Steve Slagle, Ralph Lalama, George Garzone, Gary Smulyan and of course the formidable leader.

    A Last Weekend of Virtuosos and Visionaries

  • What looked like most of a case of motor oil stood inside the remains of a cut-down cardboard box on a shelf above the work bench.

    Fatal Error

  • On the eve of the NHL's roster cut-down deadline, don't be surprised if the Capitals make some of their decisions and re-assignment moves today.

    Caps roster cuts around the corner

  • By attempting to produce a bold, filmic, long-length television advert (the 90 second film also exists as a cut-down 60-second and a longer two minute twenty-second version) ITV is trying to showcase how powerful the medium of television remains and why brands should use television to communicate their messages.

    ITV Launches Ambitious Brand Campaign « Art & Business of Motion

  • Eventually, rescuers were able to send down a pair of trainers to replace the cut-down miners 'boots he was running in and which were wrecking his feet with blisters and sores.

    Edison Peña's marathon of endurance

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