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Busy

In marketing, an informal term for an advertisement with so many graphics, sound effects or other such features that it detracts from the overall message, thus leaving no impression about the product being marketed.
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We're just busy making a little bit of everything like cookies and cakes,' said co-owner of bakery.
I have even tried taking the word busy out of my working vocabulary for the last couple of years--you'll have to ask my colleagues if they've noticed.
To benefit from True Value's national branding, Busy Beaver will add the co-op's logo signage to the exteriors of all of its home improvement centers.
With rising diesel price impacting railways' fuel bill, the national transporter is left with no option than levying busy season charge on freight.
With Eid approaching, eager shoppers are busy in various markets to purchase best items and gifts, either for themselves or for their family members, friends and relatives.
I have been involved with the addition of The Busy Buddy to the One Concierge Network since the beginning, and I am truly excited to watch this relationship grow and prosper for many years to come," stated Dustyn Shroff, Chief Operating Officer, One Concierge.
Busy Bees, which is based in Lichfield, and has 131 nurseries with space for 11,500 children, was sold to Knowledge Universe Education for an undisclosed amount.
Bassist Chris Edwards said the band's busy schedule means there is no time for an Easter weekend off.
Montag said Busy B's has always offered salon services for women, but her opening is an opportunity to emphasize the salon aspect.
James Ensor's Christ's Entry into Brussels in 1889, a huge painting measuring over 8 feet high and 14 feet wide, gives the impression that people have indeed been busy.
2006 has been a busy year for us as we developed new client relationships," said Moger.
At Valencia Market, Korean Sonia Lee is busy preparing steamed short ribs, rice cake soup and fried pollock for her customers.