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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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She always has been sort of word-perfect and I'm not just singing her praises.
The Wheatsheaf Players gave a word-perfect performance, with the batty Lucy (Irene Sadler) and sculptress Henrietta (Heather Street) particularly shining.
Frontman Simon Fowler looked genuinely chuffed with the reaction and a bit emotional when everyone joined in with a word-perfect Day We Caught the Train.
New signing Alex Rae had kept his promise to teach the new foreign players club songs, and Prso astonished the 8,000 crowd by bursting into a word-perfect version of the old tune to massive applause.
She was not quite as word-perfect as on TV , though, during her 72 minutes on the witness stand.