Churning


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Related to Churning: Churning butter, churning out
A popular term modified by the health and life insurance industry to encompass the act of convincing of a consumer to buy more life insurance, with the promise that it would be paid for with built-up values on old policies
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Finally, we individual investors ourselves sometimes engage in churning if we have short attention spans or are just impatient.
The culminating point, which all good teachers must include in their plans, was the slowing down of the churning for the "gathering," or coming together of all those curds into one big beautiful ball of golden butter.
In addition, Dreyer's reports that, since slow churning works equally well on ice creams with higher fat formulas, it anticipates applying its slow-churned technology to other products in the future.
This churning of customers from lower level services to new, more advanced technologies is a necessary evil, however, and telco's must take a two-pronged approach in their strategy: They must provide increasingly advanced services to meet the growing needs of their customer-base, and at the same time, they must encourage customers to "churn up," or spend more money every month.
The special all- natural churning process results in a light ice cream that has the same smooth, creamy texture and flavor of traditional ice cream.
Breyers Double Churned ice cream is made using a unique churning process that makes it the richest and creamiest ice cream Breyers has ever offered," says Shannon Jackson Arnold, ice cream expert and author of Everybody Loves Ice Cream.