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Houston furniture store owner Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale is known for his showmanship, even airing television commercials in which he’s actually wearing a mattress to draw attention to his stores.
Goertzel’s particular brand of showmanship has caused many serious AI researchers to distance themselves from his end of the spectrum.
They have always included showmanship and sharp exchanges, but within the boundaries of what people expect of their presidents.
The theatre managers concerned state most definitely that nothing more than genuine showmanship is behind this.
Good showmanship consists of the ability to anticipate the verdict of the playgoing public.
Good showmanship in dancing consists also in being able to "sell" one's own personality in a dance.
His method would be cunning and crafty, and it would be done with a lot of showmanship.
That is being a successful showman, and he who does this exhibits real showmanship.
She would probably have done well under his management, for nobody understood showmanship better than this British Barnum.
His anger struggled with his pleasure at Hugo's showmanship.
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