Previewing: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Dec 19, 2008 - 36 pages
Familiar Quotations PreviewingImagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions.ndash;Albert EinsteinYour imagination is your preview of life's coming attractions.ndash;Albert Einstein Use in Literature PreviewingHere, encapsulated multimedia performances, new product videos, employee interviews, research and development sneak previews, and live TV spots or teleconferences were viewed with the touch of a finger.ndash;Joe Hutsko in Undo.Other applications will let the users listen to the final versions and even ask the public for his preview opinion.ndash;Shmuel Vaknin in E-books and e-publishing. Nonfiction Usage Journalism UsageCalifornia - News: July 23, 2004 - Headline: Comic-Con Convention Becomes Hollywood's New Test Market. Excerpt: This year Jude Law, Keanu Reeves, and Sarah Michelle Gellar are at the convention promoting their new projects. Robert Rodriguez is here too previewing his adaptation of Frank Miller's Sin City graphic novels. And so is Spawn.com, the company that features Todd McFarlane's comic book creation and toy line. Al Simmons was Mr. McFarlane's college roommate and the inspiration for the Spawn character. He says the Comic-Con has become a marketplace so his company is showing off new toys and a new animated series.India - News: February 27, 2006 - Headline: Bush Prepares for India Trip. Excerpt: In a speech previewing his trip, President Bush said relations with India have never been better. He said the two countries have an ambitious agenda - from combating terrorism, to trade, to energy.India - News: March 1, 2006 - Headline: President Bush En-Route to India for Historic Visit. Excerpt: There is some concern that India has never signed the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty - which would bind it to observe international safeguards. But in a speech last month previewing his trip to India, President Bush said relations have never been better with India and now is the time to pursue an ambitious agenda in energy, trade and anti-terrorism.Iraq - News: December 18, 2002 - Headline: Bush Concerned about Omissions in Iraqi Weapons Documents. Excerpt: White House Spokesman Ari Fleischer indicates the U.S. review of the document is nearly complete. And for the first time, he is previewing the president's reaction to the voluminous arms declaration. The president is concerned with omissions in this document, and the president is concerned with problems in this document, Mr. Fleischer said.Iraq - News: March 17, 2003 - Headline: Powell: Bush to Deliver 'Ultimatum' to Saddam Hussein. Excerpt: Mr. Powell has been on the phone with leaders around the world, explaining the decision to pull back the measure and previewing the President's address.Iraq - News: June 23, 2005 - Headline: Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari to Meet Bush at White House. Author: Scott Stearns. Excerpt: Previewing Prime Minister Jaafari's visit, Mr. McClellan repeated the president's assertion that U.S. troops are fighting terrorists in Iraq so they do not have to fight them in America.Libya - News: March 10, 2004 - Headline: US Praises Libyan Disarmament Efforts. Author: Gary Thomas. Excerpt: Krista Ridley of Amnesty International noted that internal political reforms in Libya have not kept pace with its newfound desire for international respectability. Previewing a soon-to-be-released report on a trip to Libya by Amnesty International staffers, Ms. Ridley said the delegation - which met with top Libyan officials, including Colonel Gadhafi - found that the Libyan leadership still ignores basic rights.Mr. Bush - News: February 24, 2004 - Headline: Bush Steps Up Re-Election Rhetoric. Excerpt: Senator Kerry talked to reporters during a campaign stop in New York, previewing the electoral battle that could lie ahead. I think George Bush is on the run, he said. And he is on the run because he doesn't have a record to run on.

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