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  • adjective Not promoted.


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un- +‎ promoted


  • Though otherwise unpromoted, sales of "Six" took off on iTunes with 150,000 downloads, 38,000 more than "This Calling," the single that the band's label, Razor & Tie, was promoting at the time.

    Music's New Entrepreneurs

  • Singles are pulled just as they're about to become hits; albums go unpromoted; he writes The Closest Thing to Crazy in the mid-90s, and no British record label will release it.

    Mike Batt: furry business

  • How about writing about the dozens of great films IFC buys a year and then dumps on VOD or gives a one week run in Brooklyn before a completely unpromoted release on DVD a year later.

    Sony Not Supporting Moon For Oscars, Duncan Jones Tweets His Displeasure | /Film

  • So better films go unnoticed, unpromoted or just plain unmade while G.I Joe spreads like swine flu this summer.

    Comment Central - Times Online - WBLG

  • Sheerly Anvi has an entertaining rave at Truthdig in which she offers a little advice: "By following these 10 easy steps, you too can make your own $80-million unpromoted masterpiece."

    GreenCine Daily: Children of Men. Revisited.

  • He taps on the window to verify the status of the passenger, and the window opens revealing… Henry Peter Gyrich, depowerer of mutants, and the longest serving unpromoted Civil Servant in United States history.

    Avengers: The Initiative #1 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • I bet someone could use an unpromoted post as a control in a pagerank experiment, and I'd be glad to link to it if someone did.

    Optimizing Search Engine Optimization - Anil Dash

  • And how did Mundy Two, this vengeful, unpromoted malcontent who stalks their murky corridors, ever get their documents in his sights?

    Absolute Friends

  • He was one of the little men of the Criminal Police, one of those who, through the lack of a certain basic education, remain unpromoted all their lives.

    Maigret and the Killer

  • Then he had fallen in love with Nettie; a professional career seemed to place marriage at too great a distance, and he had joyfully, yet with some struggles in his protesting intellect, accepted a position that was offered to him -- one of those positions which never change, in which men die still unpromoted, save when a miracle intervenes.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 6, May, 1896


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