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Price Is Right Cliff Hanger

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Donny Osmond - A Birthday Song for You Ecard (Personalize Lyrics)

Card Verse

Donny Osmond sings a personalized birthday greeting and puts the name and age you choose up in lights. [Narrator] Today, we're here at your party where we've secretly replaced your birthday cake with Donny Osmond. [Donny Osmond] Happy birthday [RECIPIENT'S NAME]! This one's for you. [Lyrics] [RECIPIENT'S NAME] It's your birthday. Time to celebrate and sing about who? You! Come on, [RECIPIENT'S NAME], it's your birthday. Time to sing and shout. Come on, it's what you gotta do! Break it down. Add another candle. Another year, it's true. But [RECIPIENT'S AGE] sure looks good on you! Oh [RECIPIENT'S NAME], it's your birthday. Let's all dance and sing and shout your name! Oh, [RECIPIENT'S NAME], it's your birthday. The music's hot. It's time to rock. This birthday party won't stop! Come on [RECIPIENT'S NAME]!

Sours: https://www.americangreetings.com/detail/ecards/birthday/donny-osmond---a-birthday-song-for-you-ecard-personalize-lyrics/pn/prod3479946
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Price Is Right Alpine Climber

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The Price is Right Mountain Climber Song

There Goes Fritz!

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Choice adventure number: 217


There Goes Fritz!
There Goes Fritz!

You wander through Exposure Esplanade for what seems like a really long time. It's really snowy, and no matter which way you're going it seems like it's uphill. You'll have to remember to tell your grandchildren about this.

After a while, you find yourself surprisingly high up -- you can see the whole Esplanade from here (and if you lived here, you'd be able to see your house!) You can also see the majestic expanse of the ceiling, positively bristling with icicles.

All in all, the scene makes you feel like yodeling. The only question is how much.


Unable to summon up much Alpine spirit, you clear your throat and belt out a half-hearted yodel.

You bust out a few seconds of yodeling. It's not quite at the top of your lungs, but it's not quite at the bottom, either.

  • When yodeling your heart out:

First clearing your lungs by bellowing "Riiiiiiiiiicolaaaaaaaa," you spend several minutes yodeling. It's quite invigorating!

  • If your yodel was ineffective:

All of a sudden, the platform you're standing on collapses, and you tumble down the hill to land amongst the igloos.

  • If there were not enough icicles for your yodel:

The force of your yodeling knocks loose a couple of icicles, which fall into the Esplanade. Unfortunately, there seem to have been too few icicles remaining to do any real damage. Drat!

  • If your yodel was effective:

The force of your yodeling knocks loose <amount> icicles, which fall into the Esplanade, crushing igloos, puncturing refrigerators, and impaling <amount> hobos.

  • If your yodel was too effective:

Man. You didn't mean to cause that much damage. You vow to stop yodeling forever. Or at least for a little while.


Occurs at Exposure Esplanade.

Notes

  • The amount of icicles knocked loose and hobos killed can vary – observed quantities include "several", "a handful of", "a bunch of", "dozens of", or "hundreds of". It appears to be a percentage of the remaining bank of icicles – if there are more icicles up there, then more will fall with any given yodel.
  • When "you vow to stop yodeling forever", you will not receive this adventure in the current instance of Hobopolis for several hundred adventures. This may happen after a small-sized yell (tiny chance) or a medium-sized yodel (small chance), and will happen after yodelling your heart out. If you adventure in the current hobopolis instance long enough, it will eventually return. Ascending also allows you to receive this adventure again.

References

  • The title of this adventure refers to an incident during a game of Cliff Hangers (which, significantly, has a soundtrack with yodeling) on The Price is Right. An erstwhile host, Dennis James, jokingly referred to the mountain climber depicted in the game as "Fritz", as that was the name of the mountain-climbing husband of model Janice Pennington. When the contestant lost the game and the mountain climber fell off the mountain, James exclaimed, "There goes Fritz!" -- not knowing Janice's husband had gone missing, presumably in a mountain-climbing accident.
  • The fact that you'll want to tell your grandchildren refers to the classic quote about climbing "through the snow, uphill, both ways", often attributed to grandparents.
  • Ricola are a Swiss manufacturer, well known for their cough sweets and the accompanying ad campaign that featured shouts of "Riiiiiiiiiicolaaaaaaaa" echoing through the Alps.
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Ethics in Advertising: A Candle in the Dark

Does the truth matter?

The easy answer is yes, of course the truth matters. It is what we expect of ourselves and hope for with regard to everyone else, everyone we deal with personally or professionally. Or at least we expect the truth to matter if we live what could objectively be considered a moral life. 

The more complicated answer is that the truth matters but that telling the truth isn’t always an absolute requirement, because doesn’t it always have to be okay for an “unless” to lurk somewhere in the background? 

It’s Complicated

The truth matters unless you’re telling a little white lie to spare someone’s feelings when they ask for your honest opinion of their new haircut. The truth matters unless you’re navigating your kids through childhood experiences like the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus. The truth matters unless there’s a sophisticated situation in which shading the truth, whether by narrative or omission, provides a benefit or prevents unnecessary harm, or offsets casual, unthinking cruelty.

And, of course, this series of unlesses also illustrates a truth. Life is complex. People are always more than one thing, and in order to function within a society, we cannot pretend that we are modern-day Kantians, pure beings of moral philosophy who never utter anything outside of the absolute truth. You could say that the truth matters, absolutely, but that context is also important. Sometimes there’s a good reason to not crush someone in the iron grip of austere fact.

However: There are those among us who take this moral relativism to an uncomfortable extreme, and operate as if the ends always justify the means. They do not tell small lies out of tactical kindness to children, or to friends for the purpose of protecting their feelings. They tell enormous, never-ending lies, with seemingly no limits, for the sole and express purpose of benefiting themselves. 

Often in business (and particularly in America), people act this way because they can, and because many norms and systems exist to encourage and reinforce the idea that if you get away with it, you win, and if you win, you deserved to win. Might makes right. To these people, the truth does not matter. It only gets in the way. They do not let quarrelsome things like truth or morals or ethics dictate the momentum or vector of their actions. 

Tell the Truth

I don’t think it has to be this way, which is part of why I started Swash Labs in the first place. It sounds corny as hell to say it, but when I think about a potential client relationship or a new advertising campaign, I always want to begin from a place of integrity and honesty. I genuinely believe this because I think the truth is always more successful than a story which misrepresents a product or disrespects the audience. 

If I am honest about what I can do and how I assign value to that work, the client’s expectations will reflect reality. Similarly, if I am honest about what a product can do, a consumer considering that product in good faith will never be disappointed or feel as if they’ve been lied to. People think there is a mysterious, magical formula which describes how brand value and equity is built, but that’s it: this thing does what it says it will do, and therefore I can trust it. It told me the truth.

People think there is a mysterious, magical formula which describes how brand value and equity is built, but that’s it: this thing does what it says it will do, and therefore I can trust it. It told me the truth.

This is why, in early meetings with potential clients, I will always say: “We do not lie in our advertising.” Partially this is because to build a successful, modern ad campaign, you must amplify what is true about a product or service or brand, and so whatever is actually true about a brand is what will be amplified. The other reason is because I genuinely think of advertising as storytelling, and because I genuinely want our work to educate, and inform, and entertain, and to be a force in the world with a net positive result, even if we can only move the needle a little bit.

In The Dark

The example I have always used of bad advertising is the low-quality TV spot where someone yells at you, more or less, in language that is always and only ever about the hard sell. In the past few years, though, I have come to think of this example as being unfair, because at least this pitch-person is yodeling in good faith. At least the price resembles what you will pay and what you’re buying is a known quantity.

The far more sinister version of this is when someone lies outright. This happens in corporate advertising, in politics, and especially in business. Digital media has made it easier than ever to push lies on a massive scale, whether via active disinformation campaigns or by engaging in the dishonest gaming of algorithms or metrics to make something seem more important than it is, or to give one company an artificially engineered (but very powerful) advantage over others. 

I’m more tired of this behavior now than I have ever been. This may be a result of having run my own business for almost ten years, or it could be a byproduct of spending the last two years digging deep into research about how people have now come to use the internet as a weapon, either to terrorize marginalized groups or to perpetuate hate or to generate chaos or to wage a baleful campaign against reality itself. It doesn’t matter why I feel this way. What matters is what I plan to do about it. 

When I was in high school – this would have been sometime in the late 1990s – I discovered The Demon-Haunted World: Science As A Candle In The Dark by Carl Sagan. Sagan wrote something in there which has stuck with me ever since I read it on a sunny fall day, riding on a yellow school bus on the way to a band contest:

One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.

The last line is the real kicker: Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.

Do you doubt for even one second that this is true?

In adapting what I think is a central theme of Sagan’s writing – that you can be skeptical without being pessimistic – I know that our work at Swash Labs is moving in a new direction that also fits entirely with what our big idea has been since we began. In late 2010, I wanted to build a shop that would reflect and address the real, actual communications needs of small businesses and organizations at the onset of the age of social media. I knew brand communication would change radically over the next several years, and storytelling would have to follow. We would have to tell stories in new ways and, for the first time ever, we’d be able to measure and know more about how those stories were received than ever before in human history.

We’ve always told our clients that we want them to be good at telling their stories, and we want them to understand how to use the best platforms available to do it. “Some day it won’t be Facebook,” we say, “so only being good at Facebook isn’t the best thing you can do. We’ve both got to understand the why of what we’re doing, even more than the how.” 

That’s always been true, but now it is even more important. The next ten years will bring another period of radical change. People don’t just rely on digital media to learn about brands and current events. Now, whether we like it or not, a person’s use of digital media can fundamentally warp their ability to objectively perceive or understand reality. Since 2015, this has had an enormous (and sometimes destructive) impact on everything from politics to business to human rights. 

Either All of This Matters or None of it Does

Now, whether we like it or not, the truth matters more than ever. The stakes are too high to simply write off disingenuous or unethical practices – whether in advertising specifically or in business in general – as the plenary cost of winning. That is toxic-masculinity- zero-sum-game-might-makes-right-patriarchal-parochial bullshit. 

My mom used to say that assholes want to do business with assholes, and I have found this to be true. If you’re in business, don’t reward bad behavior and don’t engage in it. If you’re in advertising, don’t lie, and don’t cheat. The jug fills drop by drop, and it is possible for our work – and I am including you, Dear Reader, in this collective – to actually improve the world. 

While studying disinformation, I have spent many days over the last two years feeling discouraged or fearful. But, as you’ll soon see, much of that work has turned to developing ways for small businesses and political campaigns to fight disinformation, which in turn enables them to fight for and tell the truth, to take power back from Sagan’s charlatan, or to prevent them from ever gaining power in the first place. That’s been a real turning point for me. 

To borrow a phrase, our work can be a candle in the dark. The truth matters, and our work should be in service of that idea.

Sours: https://swashlabs.com/blog/ethics-in-advertising
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Meaning of preview in English:

preview

Pronunciation /ˈpriːvjuː/

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noun

  • 1An opportunity to view something before it is acquired or becomes generally available.

    ‘I have photos of the goods if anyone would like a preview’

    • ‘The highlight of the night was when the band stepped off stage to let us view a sneak preview of a documentary on the legendary band Cream, who is reforming for a series of concerts this year.’
    • ‘The party will also give the wartime buddies the opportunity to have a sneak preview of the Imperial War Museum North before it opens in July.’
    • ‘Judging by the unbridled reaction to a sneak preview last Thursday night of the exciting new video and CD, Images of Carlow - it's sure to take the album charts by storm.’
    • ‘Flaggy Lane production company could be heard rehearsing for their forthcoming epic production of Singing in the Rain as the guests at the launch were treated to a sneak preview.’
    • ‘Several leading designer brands gave a sneak preview of their upcoming collections in a show at the upscale IFC shopping mall in Central on Wednesday afternoon.’
    • ‘Come for a sneak preview on our initial findings!’
    • ‘Friday's first snapshots amounted to a sneak preview.’
    • ‘I've been listening to some fantastic new music from my favourite songwriter, a sneak preview of his new album, and so that has brightened my mood considerably.’
    • ‘Montrealers get a sneak preview from Toronto choreographer Claudia Moore as she presents an excerpt from On Earth, a work that puts aspects of daily life on stage.’
    • ‘As a sneak preview, I offer a song that has been up on my site for quite a while (and will remain on the site for the foreseeable future).’
    1. 1.1A showing of a film, exhibition, etc. before its official opening.

      ‘there was a small reception after the preview’

      • ‘He said after seeing a special preview of the exhibition: ‘It sent shivers down my spine.’’
      • ‘Anyone interested in having a preview of the exhibition on Tuesday or Wednesday prior to the opening may do so by arrangement with the gallery.’
      • ‘Latvians who escaped persecution in their occupied country and set up home in Bradford have been given a special preview of a moving exhibition.’
      • ‘After the preview, the exhibition will move to the London Air Gallery for a week.’
      • ‘If the exhibition preview is anything to go by, her vivid, shimmering canvases are certainly worth exploring.’
      • ‘Nationwide ticket demand for weekend previews of the eagerly-awaited film were described as frantic by one cinema manager yesterday.’
      • ‘Smiley attended a fundraising preview of the film before a professional racing crowd at the restaurant formerly owned by Seabiscuit jockey George Woolf.’
      • ‘The preview of the film held at Kerala Fine Arts Hall last week reflected this mood of celebration that the group had felt, with a few visuals from the shooting process being screened there.’
      • ‘Most members of the audience who saw a special preview of the film in Kochi on Tuesday came out of Sreedhar Theatre with the satisfaction of having seen a serious film.’
      • ‘Soon after a preview of the film here on Tuesday, the actress found time to interact with the media.’
      • ‘On Thursday, at one end of the office there were several invitees to a film preview, while at another end, there was a stream of visitors wanting to register their names with the Association.’
      • ‘For your information, the dates of the previews now begin March 31 with the opening day remaining May 12.’
      • ‘Advance previews include the opening night film, The School of Rock, starring Jack Black, the Sundance favourite, Pieces of April, and Argentinean heart-warmer Valentin.’
      • ‘Since the first tickets went on sale a week ago, around 300,000 have already been sold, and many preview and opening week showings are already full up.’
      • ‘Last night I spent almost all the money I had left in the troll bank to see an advanced preview of the Harry Potter movie, less than a week after the world premier and a week ahead of general release in the UK.’
      • ‘But it was the very first public preview [of Amadeus] in London.’
      • ‘Early screenings suggested as much, or suggested trouble at least, as preview audiences found the film too dark and violent, all in all too un-Leo.’
      • ‘Next week Dean is offering a special sneak preview of the film with screening in Nimbin and Lismore.’
      • ‘Going into this preview, I didn't have high hopes for Shrek 2.’
      • ‘There he was at the movie's first preview in a Dallas shopping center far from any salt water.’
    2. 1.2A trailer for a film.

      ‘the preview shows a scene not included in the actual film’

      • ‘Are you aware of Hollywood studios making previews and trailers of their big budget films available to cell phone users?’
      • ‘Finally, disc one contains a Humphrey Bogart trailer gallery with previews of 12 of his films - good stuff.’
      • ‘Extra features include three anime previews and four needless character profiles.’
      • ‘The only extras on the disc are a trailer for Guns & Talks and a handful of previews for other live action ADV releases.’
      • ‘Other than the Godzilla trailers, we get previews for various anime. Why do they think Godzilla fans automatically like anime?’
      • ‘The only extra features included on The Harvest are some previews for other Columbia thriller/horror films.’
      • ‘The Man from Colorado is a barebones disc, featuring only a preview gallery of trailers that appear before the main menu.’
      • ‘The trailers and previews on this disc are for the VHS releases.’
      • ‘The original film easily made my Top 10 List of 2002, and the preview trailers had left me drooling like Pavlov's dog.’
      • ‘Finally there are two theatrical trailers for the film, a few previews for other Fox releases, and some DVD-ROM content.’
      • ‘Many of the scenes had already been glimpsed in the excellent preview trailers.’
      • ‘And, of course, eight trailers and previews for other entertainments from Mickey and Company, six of which will smack you over the head before you even get to the menu selections if you fail to opt out.’
      • ‘The trailers and previews on this disc, as well as on most of their discs, are for the VHS releases.’
      • ‘Beyond these commentaries are a handful of deleted scenes that couldn't have saved the film, a trailer of the film, and previews of other Sony releases.’
      • ‘But there are interviews and a short making of featurette as well as previews of several titles in what is proving to be a great line of DVD's.’
      • ‘We have the standard character gallery and anime previews.’
      • ‘The only extras on the disc are the standard clean opening and closing animations, as well as some previews for other anime titles from ADV.’
      • ‘A funny two-minute Total Request Live spoof and some previews finish the bonus features.’
      • ‘I hadn't seen any previews, read any publicity material, nor visited the IMDb to look at the entry.’
      • ‘I've just watched a seven-minute kind of preview of it.’

      sample, taster, taste, preview, trailer, appetizer, tester, specimen, example

    3. 1.3A publicity article or review of a forthcoming film, book, etc., based on an advance viewing.

      ‘in our preview of children's books, we select some forthcoming titles’

      • ‘And of course, we'll still churn out new and classic game reviews and the latest previews as developers and publishers gear up for Christmas.’
      • ‘But we've also done a truckload of action figure reviews, Anime reviews, and game previews, which is to say nothing of the feature articles and classic reviews.’
      • ‘Advance previews of the film label it mediocre.’
      • ‘You'll be able to find press releases and links to previews and reviews in local publications (like the one you're reading now).’
      • ‘I've seen a lot of previews and reviews for Oni in which critics have praised the graphics as top of the line.’
      • ‘Our popular Weekender section is being expanded to include all the latest news from the amateur dramatic societies, with reviews, previews and other items.’
      • ‘The magazine, published by Walton Media, is a bumper 96 pages, packed with news, reviews, previews, pro-tips, sport psychology, the history of the game and much more.’
      • ‘As always, we have loads of previews and reviews as well, which you can see below.’
      • ‘Every time I do an early preview / review on a new distribution I know I'm going to miss a lot.’
      • ‘And of course there's always the meat of the magazine: the reviews and previews.’
      • ‘However, even having said that, there are a couple of previews and articles out there about it so have a peek at the following.’
      • ‘I will also offer discounts, free books, previews and exclusive work to those people on my mailing list.’
      • ‘Even bad reviews and previews usually have a nice sentence or two about the game.’
      • ‘We'll keep covering Edmonton's theatre community like a blanket, with previews and reviews of the plays that make this city one of Canada's most vibrant performing arts centres.’
      • ‘If it is just an ordinary movie, all you do is just a preview and the review.’
      • ‘Laidler provided a preview of this book's thesis in The Golden Age.’
      • ‘A conversation I overheard yesterday between two people looking at a Film previews thingy in a newspaper in a cafe.’
      • ‘One of this week's newspaper TV previews was saying as much, and seemed to agree with your opinion on the first one, Flowers.’
      • ‘Until now, the public have had to rely on feverish speculation in numerous newspaper previews.’
      • ‘First, we're adding short previews at the back of the magazine, topping off the ‘Reviews’ section.’
      • ‘Once viewed as a lemon, Consumer Reports ranks it first among small cars in the publication's 2004 new-model preview.’
      • ‘Here now is my quick guide to the film, including some notes from the book, that may give you a good little preview of the film.’
      • ‘Don't get me wrong, it's a very positive preview.’
      • ‘The Roberts Hearings Are Set to Begin: The Washington Post's preview is here.’
      • ‘After lackluster previews, producer David Selznick feared for its American release and severely edited the film.’
    4. 1.4Computing A facility for inspecting the appearance of a document before it is printed.

      ‘To find out more and download the preview software, point your browser here.’

      • ‘Also, the print preview shows headers, like the page title and URL, which do not appear when the pages are printed.’
      • ‘It also allows direct PC-less printing and has a preview screen with software which allows you to remove red-eye.’
      • ‘In addition, this program demonstrates a few other techniques including selecting a font, changing page settings, and displaying a print preview.’
      • ‘Painter 7 also includes a live preview in the JPEG and GIF export dialogs, which are a step up from previous capabilities.’
      • ‘Another nice feature: the ability to assign almost any task, from requesting a print preview to toggling graphics on and off, to a single keystroke.’
      • ‘On the list of top enhancements are support for large data sets, keyboard shortcuts, and a layout preview in printing as well as background printing.’
      • ‘A preview window and a toolbar will appear in the right window.’
      • ‘Internet Explorer and Outlook Express 5.5 are included, IE5.5 finally getting a decent print engine featuring print preview.’
      • ‘To preview this application, go to their home page and their preview page.’

verb

[with object]
  • 1Display (a product, film, etc.) before it is made generally available.

    ‘the company will preview an enhanced version of its database’

    • ‘And on August 24 the Royal Museum will preview the new BBC film JLB, a documentary about Baird's life.’
    • ‘Susan Dawson previews some of the products on show at Orgatec, the world's largest office furniture exhibition to be held in Cologne on 22-26 October.’
    • ‘Visconti's film was previewed in the spring of 1943 and quickly censored, not to be appreciated until after the war.’
    • ‘Gateway also previewed two products that the company will launch at Comdex, a Serial ATA JBOD device that provides storage up to 2 terabytes, as well as a Serial Attached Storage product.’
    • ‘Once editing was complete, the film was previewed for IFD and Nat Taylor.’
    • ‘In addition to previewing a final product, these pictures can also document changes to the course throughout the year.’
    • ‘The film is due to be previewed to those involved in its production, and association members, before being shown to townspeople and released to travel operators and film and television companies.’
    • ‘Remember the short-lived hullabaloo sparked off by the Federal Trade Commission's report that film studios were previewing violent R-rated films to children?’
    • ‘The first film they previewed for me was Cinescape Editor-In-Chief Anthony C. Ferrante's feature film debut BOO!’
    • ‘Featured releases will be displayed in branded endcap displays and previewed at listening posts throughout the stores.’
    • ‘People didn't even want to have their films previewed on film because video was such a ‘debasement’ of their art.’
    • ‘The Producers previews from Friday at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, WC2, and opens on November 9’
    • ‘Next year Vauxhall will have a new version of its Frontera, which is being previewed at Frankfurt.’
    • ‘A remarkable assemblage of work by ceramicist Patrick G. Hall previewing his new Bawn Dubh collection exclusively at Design at the Granary.’
    • ‘The new Civic is scheduled to be previewed in September and should be available to buy from January 2006.’
    • ‘From an animated gay short to a host of features, this month's film festival will preview lesbian and gay cinema 2000’
    • ‘The Gallagher brothers will also be previewing some of their new material too.’
    • ‘The four parts of the cycle have, over the past two years, been previewed to Scottish audiences and praised for their mix of the fantastical and the contemporary.’
    • ‘Sundaribai's works are currently being previewed at the British Council Gallery in New Delhi up to May 10.’
    • ‘Waight Keller's first collections, for autumn and winter 2006, were previewed at Milan fashion week in February.’
    • ‘The current show previews the diverse styles of six artists.’
    • ‘We believe that previewing the ad on the web is a great way of stimulating extra interest in the brand.’

    advertise, publicize, announce, proclaim

    1. 1.1See or inspect (something) before it is used or becomes generally available.

      ‘the teacher should preview teaching aids to ensure that they are at the right level’

      • ‘In addition, two out of twenty teachers mentioned previewing books before reading as an effective strategy.’
      • ‘It is free for you to submit an ad for a roommate and to preview room listings but the contact information for any available rooms WILL cost you.’
      • ‘While previewing a new manuscript from my friend Stephen Covey, I came across some terribly dispiriting figures from a Harris Poll of 23,000 full-time U.S. workers in key industries.’
      • ‘‘When I was previewing the tapes, I had the visuals on, but had my eyes closed, listening to the levels…,’ says Nakagawa.’
      • ‘I feel like I'm previewing a new play in Boston or Chicago.’
      • ‘All you have to do is register to be allowed to download the Hi-Resolution images, or you can browse freely by previewing the pictures.’
      • ‘First I put on the DVD of ‘Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow,’ which I'd previewed the night before.’
      • ‘Pressplay, an online service that enables consumers to preview individual songs as well as entire CDs, and then pay to download legal copies to their computers.’
      • ‘So I hope these work; I haven't had a chance to preview them.’
      • ‘They're using the free MP3s as promotion to allow the user to preview the music, essentially, and then they'll sell a CD.’
      • ‘We have some wonderful photos (I know they are good because I can preview them on my camera) and some unforgettable memories.’
      • ‘I can also preview my posts before actually posting.’
      • ‘You can preview it here, and you can buy it at CD Baby or Amazon.’
      • ‘How excited I am to be able to preview one of my films in my home town - and for the first time I have turned down travel expenses!’
      • ‘Images can be previewed on the sharp, 1.8-inch LCD display.’
      • ‘Even US customs and drug enforcement agents previewing the film, set on the US-Mexican border, lauded it for showing their jobs as violent and difficult.’
      • ‘After previewing the film, I have only one piece of advice: see it.’
    2. 1.2Comment on (a forthcoming event)

      ‘next week we'll be previewing the new season’

      • ‘Apparently, the Open Door reviewers previewed the first revised version, but judging from the following review, either one would have deeply upset those guardians.’
      • ‘Rachel O'Connor previews the Northern Academy of Performing Arts production of Windy City’
      • ‘I'm currently watching CBS Sunday Morning and they are previewing the films coming this fall.’
      • ‘They preview the upcoming films, trying to drum up excitement and anticipation.’
      • ‘An acquaintance, previewing this film in one of its festival showcases, wrote it off as ‘just another obnoxious sexed-up teen comedy, with subtitles.’’
      • ‘As the holiday movie season winds down, we thought we'd preview the films of 2003 to see which ones stand out and which should stand down.’
      • ‘The book is previewed in the current issue of The Economist (subscription required), in an article that's sure to get some of the sisters firing off letters to the editor.’
      • ‘Learning Resources previews a new video every week; snappy titles such as ‘Radiating Possibility.’’
      • ‘Harry Eyres previews an evening of music inspired by - and played in the presence of - the giant sculpture in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall’
      • ‘Ross Stapleton previews the TV logjam which kicks off tonight.’
      • ‘The Guardian previews a published compilation of (mostly British) writers and authors views of the recent Iraq war.’
      • ‘Jack Horkheimer, stargazer extraordinaire, will pay us a call to preview tonight's big show in the sky and share some loony facts about lunar events.’
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