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well-advertised

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  • The tax increases stem mostly from Obama's well-advertised desire to roll back Bush tax cuts for people making over $250,000.

    The Fact Checker: Rep. Ryan's claims of trillions in new spending

  • Meetings that began last week in this steamy port city appeared destined to end as a well-advertised convention of environmental officials and activists swapping strategies on creating new national parks and shutter old coal-fired plants.

    Chinese Overture Jolts Climate Talks

  • He's the home-schooled son of Baptist missionaries, and his well-advertised habit of dropping to one knee and lowering his head in prayer has given rise to a convenient new word in the national vocabulary—"tebowing."

    The Secrets of Tebow Hatred

  • An Orlando, Fla., radio station WJRR used crude language promoting a public campaign to terminate Mr. Tebow's well-advertised virginity and to break his pledge to save himself for marriage.

    The Secrets of Tebow Hatred

  • He generally places these important finds in a well-advertised auction or sells them privately to a blue-chip dealer with direct connections to wealthy collectors—connections that Avery, strangely, makes little attempt to develop for himself.

    A Never-Ending Treasure Hunt

  • Cash rewards have helped ensnare other al-Qaeda leaders, but well-advertised bounties for bin Laden's head have yielded nothing.

    Forgotten, but notgone

  • Many supporters cannot understand how he has overseen the well-advertised departures of Cesc Fábregas and Nasri but, as yet, failed to sign high-profile replacements.

    Arsène Wenger left with no margin for error in Udinese tie

  • One reason is that ratings changes are usually well-advertised in advance, allowing markets to adjust gradually.

    Lessons of Lower Ratings

  • The less well-advertised side of the equation: If the dollar is worth less, then imports, regardless of their source, will cost more.

    IMF: Suck it up, the Party is Over – No More Retiring at 65 | Impact Lab

  • "Mr. Baldanza and I had a productive discussion this morning and I'm pleased that Spirit will make sure the new fee is well-advertised to consumers," LaHood said in a statement.

    Spirit CEO: Carry-on fees will be disclosed

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