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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.”
“Mr. Ackroyd avoids such temptation, and his version is more of a cut-down.”
“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).”
“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.”
“I think it was important for people to see who I really am and not a cut-down version," she says.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
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