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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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The children in this study each brought story experiences to the reading of wordless texts.
Here come a lot of words to describe something wordless.
Set in the rural hinterland, this wordless picture book evokes awe and wonder as young Noa espies a very pregnant cow, rushes to tell his Dad, the farmer, and benevolently looks out for the animals, despite the malevolent weather.
is a wordless picturebook consisting entirely of photographic contrasts.
D'Arcy surrenders herself to the love of God and something wonderful and wordless happens.
At the other extreme, the three white "Spatial Concept/Waiting" canvases of 1965, each with a cluster of razor cuts, brings us to the edge of wordless speculation.
A wordless date in a Japanese restaurant is not only a visual comedy high point but ample proof that these two really are on each other's wavelengths.
A handy Reader's Guide with tips for reading and discussing a wordless picture book with children can help parents guide their children to get the most out of a book like "Flood".
In the galactic finale the wordless CBS Chorus added its own special magic.
If you stay too long, you wear out the wordless shock.
We have an absolute need for quiet, for the heart's wordless resting on God.