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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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MAILERS ARE HAVING SUCCESS WITH PACKAGE INSERTS, CO-OPS, BLOW-INS AND STATEMENT STUFFERS-THEY'D JUST RATHER NOT TALK ABOUT IT
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's a good few Meath blow-ins that get a good education off the Kildare lads
Jeff Giordano, president of Media Solutions Services, a provider of targeted consumer segments, says that, excluding on-page advertising and unique inserts, costs range from $20 to $50 per thousand for a variety of alternate print media These media include billing statement inserts, cooperative mail programs, catalog blow-ins and others.
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.
The controversial rule - which means you cannot build on Wicklow land unless you come from the county - caused outrage amongst blow-ins when it was introduced recently.
Package insert programs, FSIs, coops, ride-alongs, statement stuffers, card packs, bind-ins and blow-ins to catalogs--all are being used to drive Web traffic," says Joel W.
Its launch of the French edition this past April netted 2,000 subscriptions sold by bind-in and blow-ins inserts included in 265,000 copies of the issue.
Dowie is not opposed to new faces, whether home-bred or blow-ins.
SMILES 3Rachel Keane and Sarah Forde NAPPY 3DAYS James and mum Anne Marie O'Leary TRUNK CALL nKatie O'Flynn relaxes under tree LOOK ON THE ZBRIGHT SIDE Caroline Hempenstall and Laura Barron catch some rays at St Stephen's Green yesterday DOWN 3HUNGER Ryan Hasset, five, from Australia ON JTHE BALL Cooling off in Dublin GLASS ACT ZClaire O'Sullivan and Deirdre Donovan GREEN & GOLD JSt Stephen's Green BOARD ZMEETING Surfer rides waves at Dollymount BLOW-INS 3 Kite surfers are back out in force at Dollymount Strand in Dublin
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.
Other programs available, but not mentioned in the following article include co-op mailings, blow-ins, sampling and statement stuffers.