Synsets for "charm campaign"

Synset: charm_campaign.n.01

Synonyms: charm_campaign

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a campaign of flattery and friendliness (by a company, politician, etc.) to become more popular and gain support

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Lemmas: charm_campaign

Hypernym: campaign

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Italian charm bracelet An Italian charm bracelet is a series of individual modular links hooked together on a stretchy band to form a single charm bracelet. A typical Italian charm bracelet comprises eighteen Italian charm links. Each link features an Italian charm face (design or image) soldered onto the actual Italian charm link.
Charm Charm or charms, or The Charm, originally from Latin "" ("song"), may refer to:
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Charm (programming language) The definition of the Charm grammar in Backus–Naur form along with descriptive examples of Charm constructs is defined on the Charm language page.
Superficial charm Associated expressions are "charm offensive", "turning on the charm" and "superficial smile".
Best Bones Forever Campaign partners help "Best Bones Forever!" bring campaign messages and free materials directly to girls and the adults around them such as parents, health care providers, coaches, teachers, etc. Partners developed "Best Bones Forever!" products such as t-shirts and charm necklaces for purchase, letting girls become brand carriers and feel campaign ownership. Partners have also placed campaign PSAs in their magazines, event programs, newsletters, and they invite "Best Bones Forever!" to attend their events.
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Charm bracelet A charm is a small ornament usually dangling from a bracelet or chain. However, the Italian charm bracelet is configured differently. While each charm is separate and interchangeable, it lies flat against the wrist and is interlocking to the next charm, similarly to an expansion band. A charm-link connecting tool is available to change the charms, but fingers seem to work just as well.
Charm bracelet For example, Queen Victoria wore charm bracelets that started a fashion among the European noble classes. She was instrumental to the popularity of charm bracelets, as she “loved to wear and give charm bracelets. When her beloved Prince Albert died, she even made “mourning” charms popular; lockets of hair from the deceased, miniature portraits of the deceased, charm bracelets carved in jet.”
William J. Donovan Donovan ran on the Republican line in 1932 to succeed Franklin D. Roosevelt as Governor of New York. Assisting Donovan in his 1932 campaign was journalist James J. Montague, who served as "personal adviser and campaign critic". But despite Donovan's offstage charm and force, he proved to be an uninspiring campaigner on the stump. He ran a disorganized, strategy-free campaign, and in the end lost to the Democratic nominee, Herbert Lehman.
Fatal Charm Fatal Charm (also known as The Fatal Charm from 1978–1979) were a post-punk then rock/pop band from Nottingham, England.
Fatal Charm However, Fatal Charm were to return. In 1996, a retrospective collection of the band's earliest material was released (titled "Out of my Head", by The Fatal Charm).
Canterbury Charm The Canterbury Charm is an Old English runic charm discovered inserted in the margin of an Anglo-Saxon manuscript from the year 1073.
Chhal — Sheh Aur Maat Kabir deftly and smartly makes Ija reveal her crimes one by one. Meanwhile, Maai formulates another charm, which Ija has to wear herself, as the charm would make her immune to Aditi's soul. The charm also would gradually destroy Aditi's soul and make Ginni weak. But the charm backfires, as Aditi and Ginni stealthily steal the charm and hands it over to Mata Rani, who backfires the charm on Ija. Now, Ija can hear Aditi. She emotionally and mentally blackmails Ija everyday.
Charm++ Adaptive MPI (AMPI) is an implementation of the Message Passing Interface standard on top of the Charm++ runtime system and provides the capabilities of Charm++ in a more traditional MPI programming model. AMPI encapsulates each MPI process within a user-level migratable thread that is bound within a Charm++ object. By embedding each thread with a chare, AMPI programs can automatically take advantage of the features of the Charm++ runtime system with little or no changes to the underlying MPI program.
Rock of Love: Charm School Rock of Love: Charm School, known as Sharon Osbournes Charm School in the UK, and as Charm School: Rock of Love Girls in Germany, is the second season of the VH1 reality television series "Charm School". Fourteen contestants from both seasons of "Rock of Love with Bret Michaels" are competing to develop proper etiquette in order to win $100,000. Sharon Osbourne is the host. "Rock of Love: Charm School" first aired on VH1 on October 12, 2008. Brandi Mahon was ultimately named "Charm School Queen" and was awarded the $100,000.
Quark, Strangeness and Charm (song) "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" is a 1977 song by the UK rock group Hawkwind, being the title track from the "Quark, Strangeness and Charm" album.
Charmstone Typically, but not always, references to American examples use "charmstone", and to Scottish ones "charm-stone" or "charm stone".
Charm++ Here is some Charm++ code for demonstration purposes: