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“Super Mario Bros on Nintendo's NES console rocked entertainment's foundation blocks with a well-aimed headbutt in 1985, but surely it would take a while to match its might?”
“If you have a narrow, well-aimed audience, your publisher will probably conclude that you are competent and have at least a basic grasp of marketing.”
“J Sainsbury posted improved fiscal third-quarter sales amid a strong Christmas season, as the U.K. supermarket chain benefited from a well-aimed marketing campaign.”
“LONDON—A strong Christmas season helped J Sainsbury PLC post improved fiscal third-quarter sales, as the U.K. supermarket chain benefited from a well-aimed marketing campaign.”
“After hitting the hydra straight between his necks with a well-aimed arrow, Paythan pulled out his magical sword and teleported right next to the monster.”
“While I have no issue with a hunter using his 7mm Magnum or even his .300 Magnum (of whatever type) to take his deer, I believe there is no difference in lethality between those rounds and a well-aimed accurate handloaded 7x57 Mauser (with any of the bullets and powder load mentioned above) out to 300+ yards on a heart-lung shot.”
“New York's Mark Harris knows, in an aside at least, what this movie is really about: "The Social Network can be seen as a well-aimed spitball thrown at new media by old media.”
“The true motives behind their well-aimed attacks are intimidating anyone who dares follow their tracks.”
“These are the soft underbelly of polemic, the place where a well-aimed bite will bring you to the innards.”
“A well-aimed shot threw them out of the water and spinning into the air, and I could use a single block until it had drifted out of range.”
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