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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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In addition, Smith explains, "If a mailer finds a particular list to be very successful and that company offers an alternative means of reaching that same market, such as through a package insert or catalog blow-in, we recommend that the mailer consider testing that medium."
ELS Marketing and Design, which produces multi-vendor housewares stitch-ins and blow-in cards for department store catalogs, has acquired Creativ Communications Corp., an advertising agency that specializes in packaging, catalog design and point-of-sale material for consumer products companies.
Even after the spraying begins, the county will monitor and spray "blow-in" infestations that were not evident at the time of the surveys.
A NEW York "blow-in"" who objected to a TV mast application was last night at the centre of a death threat riddle.
In the first one he describes himself in more Irish terms as "the latest of blow-ins," a wanderer who takes up residence in "a flat in the Jewish quarter" of Portobello, home to Lithuanian Jews since the late nineteenth century but now yielding to Arab, African, and other immigrants in the "'monkey puzzle of ancestry." Asians, Africans, Lithuanians all jostle together in these poems, as they do in the changing composition of Ireland itself in recent years.
"They manage to gather up a posse of unlikely locals; retired psychopaths, eccentrics ur tbg and posh people and blow-ins and they end-up getting a team together."
So who's the longest to live here out of all the blow-ins? How do you go about learning Berber?
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.
But many return in later life it seems and, in the meantime, harmony exists between those who have lived on an island all their life and the 'blow-ins' now intent on breathing new life into it with ambitious business projects.
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.