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Nor are NASA astronauts along in hyping the movie on behalf of Paramount.
You know, Fred, the Marc Rich hyping is such bullcrap – so spare the manufactured Free Republic outrage.
They lied quite a bit in hyping the nuclear program asseerting that the aluminum tubes were used for centirgugal devices when they were not.
Did we overlook the punters in hyping this game? — 6: 54 p.m.
Take fox sports. com's role in hyping Fox's Best Damn Sports Show Period on cable TV.
Wow, now that’s what I call hyping a panel … in a good way, of course;
I vividly recall his hyping of Saddam's supposed "Gathering Storm" and his best selling profiteering thereby.
Kevin Cunningham - Well, I love the idea of hyping up a fight with the two best
Well to be really frank I did not like the idea of hyping stuff at first but I realized it is actually alright to hype some stuff as long as you are not lying And it's important to learn how to hype stuff up to brand yourself as an expert that's the reason why I am writing this article, to teach you how How Do People Hype Stuff Up?
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And while the idea of hyping his players - even one as distinguished as Reesing - for individual honors seemed a bit out of character for Kansas 'eighth-year coach, his argument was hardly outlandish.
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