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  • n. Plural form of tagline.

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Examples

  • If you're naturally reserved, the name taglines break the ice.

    The Jeff Pulver Blog

  • President Obama gave a speech on the subject, one of the taglines is the notion of public-private partnerships.

    Datamation Security

  • I started taking classes about a year and a half ago and I've been helping the instructor with some "taglines" for her marketing.

    Six Meat Buffet

  • 'taglines' for their libraries, rather than the clunky, non-descript mission and vision statements many of us publish.

    PLA Blog

  • And since I love the film industry just as much as the writing industry, I not only create loglines for my projects now, but also taglines.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » HED: How’s Your Pitch?

  • A Dribble of Ink recently showed off the U.S. cover to Paul Hoffman's The Left Hand of God, and it reminded me of one of my greatest pet peeves: "a novel" taglines.

    It doesn't have a popcorn button, for one thing

  • Furthermore: My Little Red Book comes from an adult division of Hachette but has, throughout the book, cutesy taglines for authors and other writing that appears pitched to adolescents, such as, “Is Jacquelyn Mitchard the chillest mom ever, or what?”

    2009 March 31 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • The plates feature taglines for two different states in two different regions of the US that both use an aviation angle ...

    Family Travel » 2009 » February

  • Dueling tourism taglines for North Carolina and Ohio

    Family Travel » 2009 » February

  • I fail completely at reading blog taglines it seems. 5 days ago

    Welcome to Martian Soil

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