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promotion

  1. the means of bringing products to the attention of consumers and persuading them to buy those products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION, MERCHANDIZING, PERSONAL SELLING, PACKAGING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.
  2. the elevation of a person to a position of greater authority and responsibility. See ORGANIZATION CHART.
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or, if you hope so to promote it better, hide it till you can triumph in its success
For though it be true that every one is bound to promote to the extent of his ability the good of others, and that to be useful to no one is really to be worthless, yet it is likewise true that our cares ought to extend beyond the present, and it is good to omit doing what might perhaps bring some profit to the living, when we have in view the accomplishment of other ends that will be of much greater advantage to posterity.
ISLAMABAD -- On the recommendations of Departmental Promotion Committee Inspector General Police Mohammad Khalid Khattak on Thursday approved to promote 36 officers to next grade.
improve community services and to promote the health and well-being of persons requiring such services;
Everyone said there was going to be name-calling, and we'd be so full of emotion and passion that we couldn't sit at this table today to promote what's going to become one of the biggest fights of non-heavyweights in history.
Because it is widely believed that sleep serves an energy conservation function, regulates body temperature downward, and allows for body tissue restitution, exercise is the best candidate stimulus to promote it since nothing else elicits greater energy depletion, body temperature elevation or tissue breakdown in humans.
Applying technical assistance, it seeks to promote trade expansion and policy reforms, re-igniting economic growth and expanding opportunities throughout the region.
By taking the actions necessary to ensure our own companies' future financial health, we promote growth within our companies, and position ourselves to contribute to, and take full advantage of, economic development.
By acknowledging that reality, the HAAS movement can use the argument to encourage overweight people to promote their health in a manner consistent with the thoughts that underlie the firm two legs of the HAAS' foundation.
The purpose of this article is to integrate current literature on body image and provide school counseling interventions to promote healthy body image in middle school students.
NOB introduced its Special Recognition Awards to acknowledge and thank the ongoing support of our Alumni, sponsors and supporters who have helped promote women's economic development and the IW mission throughout the North.