attention-grabbing

attention-grabbing

adj
making people notice
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Adolfo Kaminsky, A Forger's Life is an impressive, attention-grabbing account of undermining corrupt and murderous governments.
Make sure you have an attention-grabbing subject line.
The attention-grabbing ad features the gecko from Bostik's logo with a headline that states, "Sticks everything, everywhere
Reeve, Ben, Emily and Ross talk about how Texas fared in the latest college rankings, the respective returns of Dan Morales and Wayne Christian, and attention-grabbing comments from candidates for statewide office.
but this baby flamboyant cuttlefish is as dangerous as it is attention-grabbing.
Over the course of the three editions, Chambers will meet indie-pop band the Noisettes to look at what makes the perfect sing-along anthem, as well as putting together an attention-grabbing breakthrough track with super-producer Mark Ronson.
With Kardashian slipping from atop the Hot 45 List to second place during another solid week of attention-grabbing efforts, third place went to former 'Transformers' star Megan Fox, who leapt back into the spotlight after tapering off in recent weeks.
com) is a modern incarnation made to produce tone-perfect, soft or attention-grabbing calls from its rugged glass surface.
Stores dedicated to rare and novelty figurines and second-hand vintage clothes for various subcultures are among popular spots with attention-grabbing names and signboards.
It's chock full of the company's Elite product line and sales aids--useful tools to set up attention-grabbing displays to help dealers draw customers into their store.
19) as well as an attention-grabbing WKD Core point-of-sale kit.
Smokers are more likely to remember seeing low-key anti-smoking advertisements than more attention-grabbing ads, according to a recent study that used brain-imaging technology to track brain activity.

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