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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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He said: "We expect roads to be busier than normal this Easter with around 17 million cars on the move over the break, as people put the gloom of the economy and a harsh winter behind them.
28 from Formby had been cancelled so her train was busier than normal.
Four in ten men are being made busier by the technology they rely on, compared to a third of women, the report claims.
With Manhattan's co-op, condominium and townhouse markets active and her Hamptons (Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Westhampton and Amagansett), Westchester (Purchase, Croton-on-Hudson), Long Island (Jericho) and New Jersey (Upper Montclair) offices busier than ever, Ms.
Hurricane season seems to be getting busier and busier.
A study of two lakes in Norway found a similar effect for seabirds, attributing the more-intense contamination in one of the lakes to busier bird activity there.
Flights out of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh were expecting to be 10 per cent busier this weekend than normal.
Keith Hudson, manager of one of Cardiff's Waterstones bookshops, said, 'We are trading above last year but things have been getting busier and busier.
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is busier now than it's been since its inception in the 1930s, with much of its increased activities due to stepped-up rulemaking and enforcement.
We have been busier (this year) than we have in the last three or four years.
As Rosen became busier and busier with his venture capital business, he hired a young man now known to many in the newsletter industry, George Gilder.
CROWDS have taken an upward turn, and Wimbledon's restaurant is noticeably busier.