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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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Busyness has a place in the growth of any enduring business.
Busyness serves to create walls that prevent intimacy and starves any connection between us and others.
what happens when you put down the "armor of busyness" and
Gallaher's own words, "Everyone who has let fear or busyness or any reason good or bad get in the way of achieving your highest goals and long-held dreams, and isn't that everyone?" Whether you are a brand new college graduate going out into the big, wide world, a business executive escaping burnout, or a 40-something mom looking for a 'second life,' this book is a wonderful combination of great advice, step-by-step guidelines, and pure inspiration to listen to and honor your inner voice and seize not just the day, but the rest of your life!
Covering many aspects of the big apple from livestock in the early days to lights and traffic today, this book highlights the excitement and busyness of New York.
They also noted that common barriers to good hand hygiene were bad habits (53 per cent), busyness (46 per cent), followed by glove use (38 per cent), forgetfulness (33 per cent) and poor product placement (30 per cent).
ese are words worth reecting on for all of us who nd ourselves complaining that we don't have enough time because we are trapped not by some terrible disease, but by the busyness of life.
Shaikh Duaij bin Salman Al Khalifa the Chairman of the BREEF's Endurance Committee said that His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa directed the essential changing of the date to organize His Highness's Race to become on March 1 instead of March 15 in view of the Bahrain International Endurance Village busyness with hosting the Bahrain Animal Production (Marai2014) Show under the patronage of His Majesty the King.
This family lives on the edge of civilization, near the sea that is offered up Frog, and while they are often torn by the pull of technology and the busyness of modern life, they always return to the solidity and calm of nature found in an object/ creature like Frog.
Somehow, as pastors, we can get caught up in the busyness of ministry and can neglect our own spiritual faith lives.
In the midst of that busyness, and the stress that comes with it, the Journal poses the question, have we forgotten Sabbath?