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 n.— «Attenborough also distributed postcards with tip-on samples in cinemas and used the Clothes Show Live in December and the Cosmopolitan Show in April to demonstrate the product to the public.» —“A clean start for Pore Perfect” by Mary Cowlett PR Week June 19, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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