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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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It ends with another ride into the unknown: Benjamin and the runaway bride, Elaine Robinson, on a rickety public bus, again gazing wordlessly forward.
The antiquities are displayed beside choice examples of more recent painting, by artists as diverse as Rubens and Picasso, in juxtapositions that wordlessly elucidate historical and aesthetic relationships.
you sit with him wordlessly, until he says, just try to make her comfortable, as if he knew you didn't know what you could do for her.
Wordlessly, she poured us both a glass of milk giving me time to collect myself.
Goldilocks' story is told wordlessly, in sepia-colored panels on the left side of each double-page spread.
At just a little over A5, this book is perfectly sized for small hands, and explores almost wordlessly, the concepts of opposites such as hot, cold, big small, up, down, first, last, etc.
When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls.
AN ENGLISH historian- writer introduced a Nobel Prize- winning South African writer of Dutch origin, now an Australian citizen, at the Jaipur festival -- and ensured that a gathering of primarily chatty Indian listeners sat ( or stood) wordlessly through 45 sublime minutes.
Her proclamation of the gospel wordlessly restores her to the community.
The stories are told wordlessly through the author's illustrations, exquisite collages constructed layer by layer on a wooden baseboard from many rich textures including sand, vegetation and fabric.
She held the wine glass near her face as she circled the room, wordlessly inspecting the landscape, my sketchbook open at the table, the hummingbird studies drying along the wall, glancing at the disarray of my bed.
For an artist who has been playing wordlessly at weddings, the Holiday Market and other ambient gigs, it seems surprising that it took 20 years before he recorded a wordless album.