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shelf shout

shelf shout
 n.— «Graphic design is vital for companies seeking “shelf-shout” for a new product or a striking public face that will reflect the company’s quality and integrity through a business card or letterhead.» —“Special Printing, Packaging and Design Report” by Graeme Kennedy New Zealand Business Sept., 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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