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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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Let's look at this example of a nursing director driven by busyness.
Hunnicutt began his research to solve the busyness puzzle after stumbling upon a 1976 Monthly Labor Review article reporting that Americans had no increase in leisure time since the Great Depression.
Recognizing that I have to take the time every day--and on the rough, busy days, maybe more than once a day--to invite God into my busyness and give me a place to recharge, to refresh and to recall that God is not too busy to be with me.
These findings suggest that restaurant and food worker busyness is a potentially important factor affecting safe food preparation.
To interpret expectancy effects clearly, we review distraction effects of cognitive busyness condition, a significant variable to intensify confirmation of negative expectations.
General Director of OJSC "KyrgyzMobileCompany" Bolot Asanbaev refused to comment on reasons for the delay of formation of the board of directors referring to busyness.
The reader will also see Nancy is a little girl in a great big world where she can be easily overlooked through too much busyness.
The busyness of the holiday season, with baking, shopping, and partying, always competes with the need to stay focused at work.
Career self-management expert Barbara Moses suggests that the latest vice to hit society is busyness.
She seems to have been overtaken by the busyness of life and by the panic that she felt about her father's condition.
In the busyness of life, never forget to thank God and anyone who helps you.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The head of the presidential divan Nassier al-Aani's decision not to run for the upcoming parliamentary elections came due to his official and partial busyness, according to an official statement.