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Instead, they should hit you with a raw burst of salt, enough to burn your mouth like sour candy.
Consumers will need sufficient information to decide which vaccine to receive, and they should get that information from their physicians, not pharmaceutical ads on television or word of mouth.
Intubation is the process of inserting a tube through a patient’s mouth into their airway.
I think you’ll see some players using a neck gaiter out on the field that they pull up over nose and mouth.
Asking loyal customers to write or record reviews about your company is the best way to grow your company through word of mouth.
We also put our money where our mouth is, and we made donations to several charities we felt were progressing these views.
“Yes, I do,” I said, but as the words came out of my mouth, I realized I’d mistakenly thought of George Lucas and the Star Wars movies.
Things were so word-of-mouth—we hadn’t launched an online shop—that shipping requests were rare.
“It’s important to get products into consumers’ hands,” he said, adding that this will enable them to promote via word of mouth and social media, turning attendees into micro-influencers for brand sponsors.
Word of mouth, or non-incentivized sharing, is still the ultimate driver for new subscribers, he said.

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