Dictionary of Quotations in Communications
This work is a compilation of more than 3000 quotations on reading, writing, speaking, listening, and many other communications-related topics such as advertising, business, computers, education, film, journalism, language, photography, public relations, rhetoric, television, and world communications. The dictionary contains quotations from the classic to the contemporary, and all are arranged alphabetically, both by and within topics, by the author's last name.
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Acting, 3 Action, 4 Advertising, 4 Advice, 7 Aging, 8 Agreement, 9 Anger, 10
Answers, 11 Argument, 11 Art, 14 Artists, 16 Attitudes, 18 Audience, 19
Autobiography, 21 Beginning, 23 Beliefs, 24 Bible, 24 Biography, 25 Book
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Louis Nizer, My Life in Court ADVERTISING Advertising is the principal reason
why the business man has come to inherit the earth. James Randolph Adams
Good times, bad times, there will always be advertising. In 4 Dictionary of
Good times, bad times, there will always be advertising. In good times, people
want to advertise; in bad times they have to. Bruce Barton The advertiser who
thinks he has to choose between the straight-forward and dull or the beautiful but
Kodak sells film, but they don't advertise film. They advertise memories. Theodore
Levitt, Harvard Business School Who's kidding whom? What's the difference
between Giant and Jumbo? Quart and yW/-quart? Two-ounce and big two-ounce
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