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Doing so gave Waters, who joined not long after the deal in April, a monitoring and reporting service for online media that Ebiquity had struggled to build on its own — a way to measure online media performance that isn’t focused on cost.

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“We had 10 clients on the Digital Decisions platform by the end of last year so we’re looking to build on that by productizing our solutions,” said Waters.

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Another 30 or so would give the business stewardship of over $100 billion in ad spend — half of which 50% is spent online, said Waters.

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Waters said the hearing would be the first in a series into the recent market volatility.

The donation also includes original works by Waters, such as sculptures, prints, videos and more.

The “waters of Lake Minnetonka” may have been purifying, but they were also freezing.

When it came to shooting the famous parting of the Red Sea, Ridley Scott elected to show a tsunami splitting the waters.

Discarding the idea of testing the waters with a provocative contribution, I just asked what they would do.

In late April or early May 1955, Chuck approached Muddy Waters about recording, and Muddy sent him to Leonard Chess.

The turbulent waters caused one of his oars to crack, which—without a motor or a sail—can be severely detrimental to his voyage.

This, however, did not apply to the waters lying directly around the Poloe and Flatland groups.

The volcanic eruptions of the mountains on the west broke down its barriers, and let its waters flow.

The countries about the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea and its adjoining waters.

All things that are of the earth, shall return to the earth again, and all waters shall return to the sea.

By a voice he saith: Hear me, ye divine offspring, and bud forth as the rose planted by the brooks of waters.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to waters, such as: footwear, brogan, galoshes, oxford, waders, and mukluk.

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