The way she looked at him was a dead giveaway that they were more than just friends.
The store is offering coffee mugs as free giveaways to attract new customers.
The store is staging a promotional giveaway to attract new customers. Verb
the insincerity of his apology was given away by that slight smirk on his face gave away all her potted plants when she moved
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And given high prices for EVs, subsidies are mainly a giveaway to the already well-off.—Andy Kessler, WSJ, 12 Nov. 2023 Phone accessory maker PopSockets will now let people design their phone grips with AI via Stable Diffusion and award up to $100,000 in a holiday giveaway for the best designs.—Emilia David, The Verge, 7 Nov. 2023 An anti-police activist who was involved in a physical altercation with Los Angeles City Councilmember Kevin De León at a holiday toy giveaway has filed a lawsuit against De León and the city, saying the event did not have sufficient security to protect the public.—David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times, 2 Nov. 2023 So to launch the campaign, Barefoot has a major giveaway Swifties can get excited about.—Sam Burros, Peoplemag, 2 Nov. 2023 The event will feature carnival games, special characters, a youth costume contest, giveaways and more.—Linda McIntosh, San Diego Union-Tribune, 4 Oct. 2023 Click here to view the form and enter the giveaway (or use the form embedded below).—WIRED, 13 Nov. 2023 The fair will conclude with a food giveaway sponsored by First Ward Living Grace Food Pantry.—Arkansas Online, 1 Nov. 2023 And today, technology is maturing to the point that meaningful amounts of these energy giveaways can be harvested to liberate wearables from ever needing a battery.—IEEE Spectrum, 1 Nov. 2023
The books will be given away at concerts that Pink, whose real name is Alecia Hart, is hosting in Southern Florida.—Asher Notheis, Washington Examiner, 14 Nov. 2023 Scott has given away at least $14.4 billion since receiving a 4% stake in Amazon as part of the 2019 divorce settlement.—Jemima McEvoy, Forbes, 13 Nov. 2023 Since making her Giving Pledge in 2019, Scott has given away more than $14 billion to more than 1,600 non-profit organizations focused on solving a variety of problems, as well as universities, according to the Yield Giving page.—Bysydney Lake, Fortune, 8 Nov. 2023 The screen can also show other content, like sports scores or the weather, but its primary gimmick is that the device is given away for free.—Scharon Harding, Ars Technica, 8 Nov. 2023 Art has definitely given away to commerce in a lot of situations.—Andy Greene, Rolling Stone, 2 Nov. 2023 Like previous years, the television personality gave away $250,000 to Black entrepreneurs in partnership with the NAACP and the show’s sponsors.—Jenna Wang, Peoplemag, 1 Nov. 2023 One of Disneyland’s first major Halloween events occurred in 1959 with a parade of pumpkins, in which Disneyland gave away 1,000 pumpkins to be carved or dressed up for a contest.—Todd Martens, Los Angeles Times, 18 Oct. 2023 Both sides are fearful that giving away too much on AI will come back to haunt them as these technologies rapidly develop.—Christi Carras, Los Angeles Times, 7 Nov. 2023 See More
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