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campaign

An organised and focused initiative by an enterprise or sovereign state to accomplish an end.
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This particular campaign did not actually occur until 1673.
And this famous dandy of Windsor and Hyde Park went off on his campaign with a kit as modest as that of a sergeant, and with something like a prayer on his lips for the woman he was leaving.
George's servant was packing in this room: Osborne coming in and out of the contiguous bedroom, flinging to the man such articles as he thought fit to carry on the campaign.
In the proposition campaigns, it was more of the same.
Turnout rose during the years following the Civil War, when campaigns were very biting.
The Watergate break-in helped inspire the 1974 campaign finance laws, establishing contribution limits and the partial public funding system for presidential campaigns.
With more than 150 million monthly impressions, the TSM|Network provides access to a targeted audience base for advertisers looking to expand their campaigns to the mobile platform.
said, "Senators and representatives, faced incessantly with the need to raise ever more funds to fuel their campaigns, can scarcely avoid weighing every decision against the question, 'How will this affect my fundraising prospects?
Then we completed our creative blueprint, a proprietary, strategic tool we use to develop concepts for campaigns," says Doug Reynolds, senior account executive with NKH&W.
But in 1976, the Supreme Court struck down the limits for campaigns that decline matching funds, opening the way to unlimited spending by rich candidates.