spot promote


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Verb1.spot promote - promote on the spot; "Supreme Bishop Digby had been spot-promoted to Archangel"
elevate, kick upstairs, promote, upgrade, advance, raise - give a promotion to or assign to a higher position; "John was kicked upstairs when a replacement was hired"; "Women tend not to advance in the major law firms"; "I got promoted after many years of hard work"
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That the enzyme in that spot promotes more specialized cells to become like stem cells "suggests that this change of cell fate needs cues from where stem cell normally reside, but not randomly," said Chen, the principal investigator.
The new 30-second TV spot promotes the brand's fresh, tropical ingredients and bold, unique flavors.
The TV spot promotes the brand's signature "You play, we give away" campaign which rewards players through a variety of generous incentives.
The radio spot promotes Beaulieu as a board certified marital and family lawyer and educates consumers about board certification program by stating, "Did you know that of the nearly 90,000 lawyers licensed to practice law in Florida that fewer than 300 of them have passed the rigorous requirements necessary to achieve board certification in marital and family law?
The spot promotes Boone County National Bank's affinity checking program (Tiger Checking) with the university.
A bright spot promotes the most reliable bloom, but amaryllis can also take part shade.
The spot promotes the new Toyota GT86, a sports car that puts control in the hands of the driver rather than computerized systems.
The second spot promotes leading-edge safety technology -- including the Night Vision System and Blind Spot Monitor -- which help keep the driver safe from the dangerous objects hurtling his way.
The spot promotes a Chase checking account that is free when consumers make five debit card purchases in a statement period.