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blow-in

a client who attends the surgery without an appointment when an appointment system is specified as the method of operation.
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Some of the underutilized rev gen tools for digital and app editions include video, custom linking, blow-ins, issue/app/email sponsorships, welcome pages, launch images or splash screens, ads with rich media, and digital supplements.
There's a good few Meath blow-ins that get a good education off the Kildare lads
Additionally, over 25 million scent strips will be delivered directly to consumers through blow-ins, remits and inserts.
These products are primarily designed to reach consumers' homes in the form of magazine and catalog inserts, remittance envelopes, statement enclosures, and blow-ins.
There is a definite pride in the ritual in both the Scots and the blow-ins like ourselves, and a welling of emotions as a child no older than eight brings the Address To A Haggis to life, with great blue eyes, whirring accent and a cocktail of great solemnity and celebration.
Blow-ins to the bar include REM, Drew Barrymore and even Senator Hillary Clinton, who dropped in for a drink on her recent trip to Dublin.
Tomred, aka Dermot Barrett is on guitar and vocals, John Barrett is the talented axeman, Pat Barrett is the bass player and blow-ins Terry Cullen and Joe Chester on drums and keyboards.