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This has been especially tough on TV broadcasters and magazine publishers, who typically sell their ad space months in advance.
At 15, his supportive playwright mother would drive him around to other schools to distribute copies of the sports magazine he was publishing.
The first ad featuring the tie-up will appear not in an upcoming issue of a major fashion magazine, but in skate bible Thrasher, according to Abloh.
There was one woman, Valerie Salembier, who was a magazine publisher.
You sit opposite a woman who flicks the pages of a magazine too quickly.
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It is given in Vick's Magazine for September, 1880, with the items we have cited.
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Henry's native sweetness was further impaired by a number of prizes won in magazine competitions.
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Would you mind sending out a magazine once in a while after you have finished reading it?
Well, that was when Lee came to town, and they took an apartment up on Magazine Street.
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Akin to this is fashionably slangy conversation concerning the latest thing in books, magazine articles, trivial plays.

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