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Word

Informal; an advertisement or a set of advertisements in succession. The term is most common in broadcasting. For example, a radio announcer may say, "And now a word from our sponsors."
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All of Visual Bible's planned series of films will be word-for-word adaptations of the Books and Gospels of the Bible, produced for the global Christian faith community.
The production of The Gospel of John will be a word-for-word film adaptation of the Fourth Gospel, likely the best known and most widely read of the Gospels within churches, both from the pulpit and in Christian education classes.
a Florida corporation that owns the exclusive license rights for the word-for-word visual and internet presentation of the copyrighted versions of the NIV (New International Version), the Good News, and the CEV (Contemporary English Version) of the Bible.
com's core product, The Visual Bible, is the only dramatization of the Bible using actual Scriptures taken word-for-word from the best-selling NIV translation.
The Visual Bible(TM) is the first ever word-for-word visual Bible presentation from the New International Version(R) (NIV) that brings the Bible to life for children and adults.