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  • Of course, the Make 2009 Your Time program not only lets Pfizer offer quitting smokers a healthy dose of gravanity, sympvertising and very public support, it also gives the company a chance to promote Chantix, its pharmaceutical treatment for quitting smoking.

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  • "Evers’ team has noticed that people increasingly want to leave their mark in public. At the Tate Britain Museum in London, for instance, visitors are asked to write captions for works of art. Selected contributions are then displayed next to these paintings. Evers has coined a name for this: “gravanity,�? or the merger of graffiti and vanity." (From Double-Tongued Dictionary)

    July 6, 2008