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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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I was standing in the background with her husband and I was struck at how word-perfect she was on any matter that arose.
To have him sing Welsh songs in word-perfect Welsh was brilliant' It is a wonderful show this year, full of wonderful Welsh views and scenes.'
Guy Guillemard, the first employee of WTC, told XPRESS that he was struck by how "word-perfect" she was at a meeting with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce held at the centre.
Blunt sang about half of You're Beautiful, preferring to stare at his word-perfect audience with bemusement and awe.
Old favourites got a rapturous applause and the audience was word-perfect on Westlife's latest album Face To Face.
Daniel wowed the judges by learning When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney just minutes before doing his five-minute slot, and singing it word-perfect, encouraging the judges to join in.
Thus it was that 12,000 ladies of a certain age, accompanied by a limited number of their reluctant other halves, heard their hero give a word-perfect run-through of their childhood memories.
Summer Pops audiences are always both enthusiastic and knowledgeable, and the crowd were word-perfect when they joined in with Another Brick in the Wall, Wish You Were Here, and Comfortably Numb at the end.
'She rehearsed in two hours and was word-perfect. She was a real pro and is my favourite guest star.
You don't need to be word-perfect or feel you need to act in a certain way."
Allowing word-perfect fans a second on the mic proved an ultimate crowd-pleaser during her songs Nobody's Perfect and Who You Are.