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mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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Wildly Profitable Marketing for Green Businesses" is presented by Wildly Profitable Marketing, an online bookstore created by Wurzberger and Foster.
A filmmaker from Italy has been awarded the Grand Prize in the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council's Get Wildly Creative About South Africa people-inspired nation brand advertising contest, which was powered by Zooppa, a global social media network of nearly 60,000 creative enthusiasts.
Instead of the best possible outcome being projects that meet their goals, the methods described in Spiral Up encourage projects to be wildly successful
Despite the unreserved backing of the parliamentary committee on climate change, which wants to cut carbon emissions by 34% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, claims that clusters of these giant windmills could supply a third of Britain's electricity needs are wildly optimistic.
Based on 145-plus interviews of everyday, frontline managers, she reports findings from a study of 46 wildly successful initiatives produced by these everyday people when they chose to step outside the practice of conventional management.
On the elaborate set of the Valenciennes (France) Passion play (depicted here), hell came alive in a fortified tower "surrounded by flames and crowded with wildly gesticulating devils .
And while he for the most part gets nice, naturalistic performances out of his actors, Dutcher encourages them to wildly over-emote when those stress points hit.
Characterising Hollywood elites as a "group of highly intelligent and wildly creative people .
Ending on a kiss between skunks underneath the big white hat, The Kissing Skunks is an original blend of lighthearted romance and wildly exuberant, stylized color illustrations.
Keel was a star during the golden age of Hollywood musicals, yet he is perhaps most renowned to younger generations for his decade-long role of Clayton Farlow on the wildly popular television show "Dallas".
Forsythe uses the full depth of the theater's cavernous, rectangular space, light fading in and out as small groups of dancers enter, sometimes running wildly, then stopping short, or playing intricate physical games in tangled duos or trios.
Is it possible, as the wildly litigious lawyer on The Simpsons once declared, that A-flat and F-sharp are the property of the Disney corporation?
And who could have guessed that some 30 years later, Lundquist's wildly popular networking newsletter, Job of the Week (JOTW), would evolve from his 2001 New Year's resolution?
Now an equally revolutionary advance has been made with the invention of the wildly popular iPod technology.
Light bondage and domination add a daring edge with its wildly erotic elements.