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Overall, there’s a sense from media buyers and agency execs that we’ve “learned to live with the virus,” noted Allen Adamson, brand consultant and co-founder of Metaforce, in the months since the initial advertising plunge in March and April.
Since Oregon took the plunge, Colorado, Hawaii, Utah and Washington state have followed.
Amanda Wang’s family businesses — a call center and two restaurants in Beijing — are grappling with a plunge in revenue following the coronavirus outbreak.
In some ways, it already has, particularly for those who had already been experimenting, or fully taken the plunge on TikTok prior to the coronavirus crisis.
Salon’s second quarter revenues are still projected to be down, year over year, because of the industry-wide plunge in ad spending this past spring.
From this spot a large body of troops were seen rushing from the gate of the fortress, and plunging into the valley.
The sweat of death was already on his brow as he reeled sideways, plunging blindly across the uneven tufts of grass.
The darkness drew her, and she thought of climbing the hill and plunging into the depths of the larch-wood above the pasture.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
Western gamblers are legion—a reckless, money-plunging, romantic and venturesome yet an admittedly square-shooting clan.
Meanwhile, Andrew Black, plunging into the woods on the opposite side of the river, was soon far beyond the reach of his foes.
HUNTED AND HARRIEDR.M. BALLANTYNE

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