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Jingle

In marketing, a short song with lyrics intended to become "stuck in one's head." The jingle emphasizes the quality, price, and/or desirability of a product. Jingles evolved gradually, but originated with the invention of the radio in the 20th century.
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Jingly is out It means UK animators still lag behind Canada (a 40per cent tax break) and Ireland (28per cent) but the news is something Keith welcomes and he added: "We now have a bright future.
Terstall underlines the commercialization theme with jingly elevator music and with so much rampant product placement -- characters all wear trendy clothing and there's barely a shot without a strategically placed iMac or Smart Car -- that the sponsor list runs longer than the tech credits.
a rhyme within a single line) "sound[s] too jingly," at least to Steele's ear; but "commonplace rhymes are not inevitably bad" (Steele's discussion of the history of rhyme is fascinating.
In these poems, original and poetic lines are occasionally encountered, but for the most part they are repetitious, jingly, derivative, and unattractive.
These are frightening propositions, and they are done up in the sort of jingly Dutch rhymes that must have lodged themselves in the head of any Dutch reader.
For other jingly sounds, you can make hand bells with 12-inch lengths of 1/2-inch dowel and 6 medium or 12 small bells and 1/4-inch eye screws.
Disney's Jingle Pal Friends: Mickey, Minnie, Pluto and Donald Duck are dressed in festive holiday garb and make fun, jingly sounds.
It's a pretty decent, colourful and jingly platformer that's going to delight the hordes of card and sticker collectors out there.
i help my build dens in room and raid my wardrobe, as princesses and create a anything 6 PaPer Plate tamboUriNeS A brightlY-coloured paper plate tambourine will make a lovely jingly sound when your child rattles and shakes it.
Every afternoon the ice-cream van would also pull into the village, its distinctive jingly jangly rendering of the English folk song Greensleeves announcing its arrival.
As they started to play The Trap, one couldn't help but absorb the jingly, catchy beats.
We heard an awful lot of jingly jangly guitar based indie bands - so imagine our joy when we heard something completely different.