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Consumers are looking for clothes that are comfy like pajamas but still polished and professional enough for their most important video calls.
It’s not the place for your traditional perfectly polished advertisement campaign.
Dave said that regardless of this—and regardless of what new platforms are due to rise—TikTok has already set in motion a “new world of dance and not the polished content that we’ve typically seen on Instagram and other platforms.”
The polished brass doors of the elevator opened and Potts, 41 at the time, stepped onto the seventh floor of the Hotel Captain Cook.
THE WOMAN PROPOSITIONED BY ALASKA’S FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TELLS HER STORY FOR THE FIRST TIMEBY KYLE HOPKINS AND MICHELLE THERIAULT BOOTS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
By 2019, Atlas had a more polished appearance, like Spot, and had long ago ditched the tethers.
The little faces shone like polished bronze; they held their hands out, their bare feet pattered in the sand.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The outside, also, well polished with sweet oil and stale milk, then enveloped in chamois leather.
Keen and clever in business and a polished man of the world, he was a valuable addition to the Commission.
A sense and a remembrance of national honour and freedom, remained among the polished Mexicans and Peruvians.
But, my daughter, there are many men of business who have extensive information and polished manners.

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