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Even the annual TV upfront model has remained largely in tact.
WarnerMedia is taking a different tact in pitching its streaming service than NBCUniversal did when lining up advertisers for its Peacock streamer.
However, the broad outline of the traditional upfront model remains in tact.
With the chilly, 50-degree water discharging from Glen Canyon Dam and temperatures soaring over 100 degrees most days, it took considerable tact to regulate between such extremes.
So long as Quibi can continue churning out shows, so long as it is able to learn what does and does not work and change tact accordingly, Quibi has a shot.
Under his rough exterior Soult hid great powers of business, a keen perspicacity, and much tact.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
It made him feel important and he appreciated the tact that made it almost seem as though he had been expected.
If he had ever prided himself upon his tact, he was aware that to-day it would be a most miserable failure.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
As railway secretary of the Board of Trade he was particularly distinguished for tact, strength and moderation.
The imperial army had to be disbanded—a most unpopular and thankless task, requiring both tact and firmness.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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