Make-a-splash sentence example

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  • One of the newest scents to make a splash in recent years is Vera Wang's Princess.
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  • Gucci prom dresses may not be the traditional prom dresses, but they certainly make a splash!
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  • Niagara Falls is well known as an aquatastic attraction, but now you can make a splash indoors as well if you visit Fallsview Indoor Water Park.
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  • Rare's own titles continue to be favorites to small groups of fans but fail to make a splash in the gaming market.
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  • Roxy is all about cute bikinis that make a splash.
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  • No matter which you choose, you're guaranteed to make a splash.
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  • Are you going to let the fact that you didn't pack a swimsuit stop you from enjoying a dip, or are you going to peel off your street clothes and make a splash?
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  • If you're willing to splurge and make a splash in an amazing print, give Sunflair a try.
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  • While not for everyone, if you are hoping to make a splash at the beach this year, this might just be your look.
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  • The Marc Jacobs clutch is perfect for those that are either headed out for pre-dinner cocktails, or are looking to make a splash at an upcoming Saturday evening party!
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  • Go luxe with a style Balenciaga's "Polo" Tote in buttery distressed leather or make a splash with a budget bag like the purple faux patent Xhilaration Ombre Tote Bag from Target.
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  • Kids are certain to make a splash of fun in the Portland Children's Museum's water play area.
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  • One thing that can't be denied, no matter which camp you find yourself in, is that they always make a splash when they hit the scene.
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  • Their first album, Parachutes, came out in 1999, but it didn't really make a splash until the single Yellow was released in summer of 2000.
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  • Allen thought he needed to make a splash that night in order to earn a spot in the finals to compete against Adam Lambert, and he decided to roll the dice and make a bold choice.
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  • Although the song was Carey's sixth number one track in the U.S., she had failed to make a splash overseas.
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  • Or, you may just want to make a splash with a daring and different cake.
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  • This year, Wallace Walrus, Plato Platypus and Crocket Crocodile are sure to make a splash with shoppers.
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  • Metallic blues and burgundy also make a splash on the runway and at cosmetics counters.
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  • You'll really make a splash in this purple and green tote.
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  • Being in a position to buy another company is exciting, and it's even more exciting if you can make a splash with a high-profile acquisition.
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  • Today's raincoats can make a splash in the fashion world of a toddler.
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  • Some soundtracks are little more than the original score of the movie and barely make a splash in the sales figures.
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