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Word

Informal; an advertisement or a set of advertisements in succession. The term is most common in broadcasting. For example, a radio announcer may say, "And now a word from our sponsors."
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Earlier, Malacanang said President Rodrigo Duterte will not be complacent despite China's assurance of peace, noting that the government is not taking words of other nations on 'face value' while Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana tagged the remark as mere 'optics.'
If the relevant reports are true, we urge the relevant parties to respect the facts, abandon prejudice and stop taking words and deeds that impair Sino-US mutual trust and cooperation, he said at a regular news briefing.
In past years, George's classmates sometimes hadn't understood him because he acted differently, taking words too literally or becoming overly frustrated by small things.
In his response, Signore said: "I am so damn sick of bully @realDonaldTrump taking words out of context to act out his agenda of fear, corruption & bigotry.
I love taking words considered to be offensive and presenting them in an unexpected way.
However, El-Balshy explained that looking at that part of the text only is 'intentionally' taking words out of context.