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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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Like West Yorkshire, the last week in June is the second busiest week of the year nationwide.
Two consecutive million months in the summer, in addition to six months of continued passenger increases, means last year was the busiest year ever for any Scottish airport - a fantastic achievement.
Kinghorn in Fife was the country's busiest lifeboat station of 2007, sending out its boats 69 times and rescuing 39 people.
This is our busiest time of the year and we are losing out hugely," he said.
It said: "December 2 is due to be the busiest day this Christmas as well as the busiest online shopping day of all time.
Postal Service calls the year's busiest mailing day, a power line pole felled by a hit-and-run driver triggered a computer system crash at the east Palmdale post office, leaving customers waiting for hours to send holiday gifts.
This is one of the busiest corners on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Airport officials have also said that the travel week that started on 21 November and ends on 27 November is expected to be the busiest Thanksgiving week ever at the airport.
Overall, the Asia region dominates, with six of the top ten busiest routes.
The success of the two-year-old Home Depot outlet and a likely expansion to Northgate Square plaza has rejuvenated developers' interest in being located on one of Northern Ontario's busiest thoroughfares.
For logistics companies, that's not all: The city also is very close to Galveston Bay, home to one of the biggest and busiest port systems in the United States.
The busiest air route in Europe is between Britain and Spain, a new survey shows.