How to use Jingles in a sentence

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  • Claims in sung jingles should be substantiated in the same way as those using the spoken word.

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  • Self penned hit gave Price his first million seller after he had learned his trade by writing jingles for station break commercials.

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  • Norman Barrington site includes some interesting jingles and some good memories.

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  • These lyrics are often made into catchy musical jingles.

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  • It cheapens astronomy, like using Beethoven for commercial jingles.

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  • We also made our own jingles, which I found really fun to do.

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  • In 1955, commercial TV was launched and the new advertising jingles and slogans gradually became part of the culture.

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  • Rohan Music Studios From rock bands to radio jingles, mastering to wannabe pop stars or the next pop idol.

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  • Babies love action rhymes, songs and TV jingles - sing them for her and let her join in whatever way she can.

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  • Radio Waves contains a number of photographs and station jingles.

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  • Meanwhile BBC Radio Berkshire has introduced irritating little jingles to make its amateur breakfast news readers appear even more unprofessional.

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  • Sheryl Crow made her move to Los Angeles, California, in the late 1980s, where she landed a job singing commercial jingles for McDonalds and Toyota.

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  • A holiday version of the Peejay kit, Jingles the Sock Monkey allows you to create not only a monkey but a festive outfit as well.

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  • Christmas music does not have to be the cheesy jingles played at the malls and discount stores.

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  • Have you group dress up as condiments - add a hot dog or pretzel if you like, and break out in one of those jingles that you can find on the Internet.

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  • Add as much jewelry as you can and if you have anything that jingles, so much the better.

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  • Savvy consumers are slowly becoming immune to catchy jingles and cute slogans.

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