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“If we write something that gave you an a-ha moment or that you simply enjoyed, send us a five-word email.”
“Together the group went way beyond the five-word acceptance speech limit with Ferrell adding a haiku.”
“The five-word acceptance speech: Person of the Year.”
“But we have a really important role in government, a five-word vision, transparent and clear objectives, and we want people to be successful and enjoy their work.”
“Attendees found plenty of entertainment in musical performances by Norah Jones and viral video sensation Antoine Dodson, as well in refreshingly brief five-word acceptance speeches.”
“Winners will be announced on May 3, and honored at a ceremony in New York City on June 13 where they will have an opportunity to deliver one of the Webby's famous five-word speeches to the world.”
“For me, problems have always been best solved through rigorous conversation with bright mentors, not by the five-word truisms stamped on countless "inspirational" posters around the world.”
“So I have a two-word choice, a three-word choice and a five-word choice.”
“Be aware, though, that when it comes to disclaimers, the world of estate planning lawyers is divided into two camps: those who like the flexibility a disclaimer affords, and those who joke about the five-word lie spouses routinely tell each other: "Honey, I promise to disclaim.”
“The people who voted for a new direction in November have a five-word response: We don't have the money.”
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