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blow-in

n
1. (Animals) Austral and Irish an unwelcome newcomer or stranger

blow′-in`


adj.
(of a piece of advertising) inserted in but not attached to a magazine or newspaper: blow-in cards.
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ELS Marketing and Design, which produces multi-vendor housewares stitch-ins and blow-in cards for department store catalogs, has acquired Creativ Communications Corp.
In the North East, we can add to this the presence of carpet-bagging blow-ins using a local government role in the hope of a Westminster seat in the future.
If they don't want to pay, they are not the sort of people who will provide sustainable jobs in sustainable businesses, but blow-ins looking for the best personal deal and the biggest tax break.
If they don't want to pay they are not the sort of people who will provide sustainable jobs in sustainable businesses but blow-ins looking for the best personal deal and the biggest tax break.
This will not stop complaints from those who will never be satisfied, but they don't matter, because it is the regular racegoer that a racecourse should cater for, not once-a-year blow-ins with their own agendas.
Insert media ranges from cooperative mailings to catalog blow-ins to inserts in product shipments.
BELFAST: Undernourished, cultural disaster area packed with blow-ins who think everywhere else is better, and locals who never leave it and think they're better than everyone.