Blurbs sentence example

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  • NewsTuner then combs its massive audio index, returning a directory of short blurbs describing each match.

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  • Both titles, as their back cover blurbs suggest, present a fresh and original look at key events in history.

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  • About Us gives you quick blurbs about Moshi Monsters and the company, Mind Candy.

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  • Many teens just head to the bookstore and look at the covers and the blurbs.

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  • Most of us really never pay attention to this kind of thing, but somebody does because the Internet is full of blurbs, blogs and opinions as to why Brad Pitt seems so much taller than he actually is.

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  • The weekly is often splashed with tabloid headlines, misleading blurbs and interesting photos.

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  • Click on the episode of your choice (organized by date), and peruse through the detailed screen capture updates, complete with short blurbs for each image.

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  • If you have TiVo or some similar device that allows you to record and replay portions of your selected CBS soap, you can break it down and write short blurbs.

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  • Each new story is called out well with vibrant blurbs that indicate whether it's a spoiler or just a news story.

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  • Facebook statuses are the little blurbs that you write to update your friends on what you're doing, what you're thinking about, or links that you're interested in sharing.

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