Bandwagon sentence example

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  • Using this is probably only effective in a minor way not many people want to join a bandwagon of guilt.
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  • However even Mr Murdoch seems to be keeping his options open by jumping on the latest Internet bandwagon.
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  • There are also proposals from think tanks, which climb on board the same bandwagon.
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  • You've decided that you want to jump on the eCommerce bandwagon.
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  • It's wise to follow the trends, but don't jump on a fashion bandwagon if you know that particular fad isn't flattering to your body.
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  • Hague never ever jumps on any passing bandwagon does he?
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  • Incidentally, Maryland has just jumped on what we hope will not become a bandwagon.
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  • The old market adage for retail investors states something like ' If you see a bandwagon, it's time to get off ' !
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  • The aim is to reach the extreme right as quickly as possible by leaping from one political bandwagon to the next.
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  • So is the UK ready to jump on the online bandwagon?
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  • Sadly, too many scientists, who know better, have jumped on the environmental bandwagon in search of research funds.
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  • When will DMTV stop jumping on the reality TV bandwagon?
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  • If you're looking for an MP3 player but you wish to skip the iPod bandwagon I heartily reccomend the Zen Micro.
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  • The others are the bandwagon jumpers, I say.
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  • Everyone else is jumping on the World Cup bandwagon, however tenuous their product link is with football.
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  • Environmentalists should be the first people onboard the genetic modification bandwagon.
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  • While more and more department stores are jumping on the round baby bed bandwagon, you still may have to visit baby specialty shops for a wider variety.
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  • Because platinum and gold cards are held in such high regard, many companies have jumped on the bandwagon by creating a platinum card of their own.
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  • Several companies have jumped on the bandwagon to take advantage of these potential customers.
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  • Cover Girl jumped on the bandwagon (or did they start it?) with the small, rubbery brush that it seems every brand has under their belt by now.
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  • Though the makeup market has been largely dominated by typical liquid foundations, more and more companies are jumping on the spray foundation bandwagon.
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  • It's easy to jump on the bandwagon and order one for everyone you know.
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  • Pamela Anderson has jumped on the reality show bandwagon.
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  • Lots of companies hopped onto the video game bandwagon and immediately began pushing games out the door.
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  • Although homeowners may be itching to jump on the refinance bandwagon, they should consider that not everyone comes out ahead.
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  • Before leaping onto the interest only ARM bandwagon, however, you should first consider if this mortgage product is really the best fit for your needs.
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  • In the past decade several popular children's toy companies have jumped on the Memory match bandwagon by introducing their own versions of the game.
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  • Anyone planning to apply for a grant, either for personal or business use, may want to jump on the bandwagon.
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  • Fortunately, costume manufacturers have jumped on the vampire bandwagon are mass-producing vampire costumes for girls in record numbers.
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  • Remember that while it is tempting to jump on the bandwagon of many famous financial advisors platforms, it may not be the best solution for you.
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  • Everybody's hopping on the plastic shoe bandwagon.
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  • You can find jellies in varying price points; even some designer names have jumped on the bandwagon and designed jellies for high-end consumers.
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  • It seems like everyone who knits these days is on the knitting sock bandwagon.
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  • Well, the site does refer to a major soft drink manufacturer that jumped on the negative calorie bandwagon as evidence of its effectiveness.
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  • While some such books may be excellent resources, make sure you evaluate them carefully; don't let your mind be distracted by the lure of the celebrity bandwagon.
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  • Using Sugar Busters can help you lose a little weight or simply get you off the sugar bandwagon and into a healthier way of eating.
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  • Some manufacturers have never stopped making them, whereas others have jumped on the retro lingerie bandwagon and started making a range of traditional cotton nightgowns.
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  • It looks like even Pope Benedict XVI, of the Roman Catholic church, is getting on the social networking bandwagon with his recent release of the Vatican Facebook app.
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  • Since many of your friends and business contacts probably have their own blogs, you might be interested in jumping on the bandwagon.
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  • Over the years, the font lessened in popularity because everyone jumped on the Helvetica bandwagon and it became so used that it was no longer different.
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  • The launch meeting in Bishopsgate at which we had 800 people created a bandwagon.
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  • Is she hopping on a new jazz bandwagon or the real deal?
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  • Other makeup companies are jumping on the free sample bandwagon, with everyone from Philosophy and Sephora to Cover Girl and Jane offering free try-outs and 2-for-1 deals.
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  • The website sends you your Mii through your Wii ID, but you can still use the service if you haven't been able to find a Wii in stock or just haven't jumped on the Wii bandwagon.
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  • That doesn't mean you should jump on the bandwagon; long-term success rates aren't very good, and any current customer/user who get spam from you may be less than thrilled.
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  • You see, those that watched the show believed that Adam himself may be a little autistic, so his mom jumped on the bandwagon stating that she believes her son "…has a little Rain Man in him."
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  • More and more learning institutions are jumping on the distance learning bandwagon because it makes sense to provide situations that accommodate as many students as possible in these programs.
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  • Some people say they would prefer to buy organics from companies that are 100 percent committed to organics, rather than those who hopped on the bandwagon when organics became more mainstream.
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  • Whether men need pantyhose for support, a layer of warmth or body shaping, all indicators suggest that more and more men who are not shemales are hopping on the legwear bandwagon.
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  • Not surprisingly, many of them have hopped on the anti-aging skincare bandwagon and started to offer treatments and specialized products formulated to eradicate lines, wrinkles and age spots.
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  • Considering so many celebrities have hopped aboard the perfume bandwagon and added their names to everything from perfume to lipstick, it almost seems unbelievable that a trailblazer like Madonna would not have done it first.
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  • Its transition from runway to real world has been quite simple, thanks in great part to the numerous designers who have hopped on the bandwagon, designing affordable wedge booties in plentiful colors and materials.
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