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Burst Advertising

Visual advertising with bright colors. Burst advertising is intended to attract attention in hopes that viewers will notice the ad. It is also called saturation.
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In Serbia saturation flow rate was surveyed in Belgrade in the early 1970s at a limited number of intersections (Depolo 1975).
If it is approaching or at the available pressure to the head, saturation is occurring.
With regard to the volumetric deformation, we note that the increase in the coefficient of Skempton (B) delays the appearance of dilatancy; the sample with a degree of saturation B=13% dilatancy appears after 3% of axial deformation, while the sample with a degree of saturation B=90% we observe an amplification of the phase of contractance and dilatancy is delayed and appears after 12% of axial deformation.
On the various Saturation models, reservoir unit BOD-1a has a stable value of 0.
Figure 6 depicts the effects of the saturation time and the NaCl/PMR on the Young's modulus in compression of the scaffold using a SP of 5.
A saturation list, carefully chosen from local carrier routes, has success written all over it.
C[pounds sterling]Many people assume a saturation mailing is complicated because of the Walk Sequence requirement and decide just to mail at the much higher First-Classao or Standard rates,C[yen] Hull remarked.
The overall cancer detection rates were 42% for standard biopsy and 46% for saturation biopsy, "not a significant difference," he said in an interview.
Similar saturation and targeted patrols for Palmdale and surrounding unincorporated areas including Littlerock, Lake Los Angeles and Quartz Hill are in the works, but Denham would not specify when such patrols would begin.
To cite just one example: according to the Ohio Office of Public Safety Annual Evaluation Report for 2004, the state in 2003 received $1,066,399 in federal grants that were disbursed among 81 municipal governments for the purpose of conducting saturation patrols and checkpoints.
But it turns out that contrast ratio and color saturation (the actual amount of color in a picture) are the two most important aspects of picture quality as far as the eye is concerned.