(1) Updated at 3.06pm GMT 2.47pm GMT It's a big day for NRA pitchman Wayne LaPierre.
(2) As an example here's some of the best moments of the best pitchman in the NFL (although opposing fans ended up shouting that "Cut.
(3) T-Mobile featuring Drake Facebook Twitter Pinterest Drake’s just a natural pitchman.
(4) January 19, 2014 Brian J Pickett (@BrianPickett) CBS suggesting that both the Patriots and Broncos want to win this game #BOLDTAKES January 19, 2014 7.44pm GMT Peyton Manning: America's greatest pitchman While Brady vs Manning is a debate as far as their quarterback skills are concerned, there's no question who is the better comic actor (especially if you've seen Tom Brady's disastrous SNL hosting gig).
(5) Why bother with any design elements when you have an orange pitchman with a haircut that looks like a cartoon dog took a nap on his head?
(v. i.) To act as a tout. See 2d Tout.
(v. i.) To ply or seek for customers.
(n.) One who secretly watches race horses which are in course of training, to get information about their capabilities, for use in betting.
(v. i.) To toot a horn.
(n.) The anus.
(1) The party she led still touts itself as the bunch you can trust with the nation's money.
(2) Nevertheless, the historic poll is being touted by foreign governments as the first credible election in half a century.
(3) For example, the Basics Card is touted as an innovative policy when in fact it offers repugnant flashbacks to last century’s mission days when Aboriginal people had their bank accounts controlled by the state.
(4) If the Bicep2 result stands, the observation will be touted as evidence for cosmic inflation, the rapid expansion of the universe around a trillionth of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second after the big bang.
(5) Adelson has touted the merits of a Trump trip to Israel and is working with conservative allies to lay the groundwork for a visit this summer, according to multiple sources close to the casino owner.
(6) The American musician’s unexpected political intervention came in the wake of a much-touted but ultimately disappointing dialogue between government officials and student leaders.
(7) Both tout their domestic credentials and experiences of motherhood.
(8) Bush marked his 100 days with a barnstorming tour of six states in four days to tout his achievements.
(9) In their zeal to tout their faith in the public square, conservatives in Oklahoma may have unwittingly opened the door to a wide range of religious groups, including Satanists who are seeking to put their own statue next to a Ten Commandments monument outside the statehouse.
(10) The coalition's much-touted manufacturing renaissance is so far confined to a roundabout of hi-tech firms in east London, and British industry remains largely a bit-player, making and assembling parts for foreign companies.
(11) Culture secretary Sajid Javid has said that ticket touts are “classic entrepreneurs” and their detractors are the “chattering middle classes and champagne socialists, who have no interest in helping the common working man earn a decent living by acting as a middleman”.
(12) Indeed, politicians of all stripes love to tout the adversity their parents overcame so that their children could be successful and live comfortably.
(13) At the event on Wednesday, Giuliani touted his record of surveilling mosques after the 1993 World Trade Center attack “I put undercover agents in mosques for the first time in January 1994,” he said.
(14) When Zuley came down, they were able to tout him as ‘Hell yeah, he’s just like you guys, he’s a detective’ and this and that,” Fallon said.
(15) Due to a decade of tri-annual BBC2 exposure, dogged Dantean circuits of provincial comedy venues, conscious manipulation of vulnerable broadsheet opinion formers and undeserved good luck, I am now popular enough to have caught the eye of touts or, as we now dignify them, Secondary Ticketing Agents™.
(16) Fiber is currently being touted as protection against colon cancer.
(17) Worthy accoucheurs will have planned for this event and will have selected from the numerous procedures touted for its correction that group he or she intuitively feels will be most effective or, at a minimum, most easily remembered.
(18) When blatant falsehoods are presented as truth on critical questions - by a film that touts itself as a journalistic presentation of actual events - insisting on apolitical appreciation of this "art" is indeed a reckless abdication.
(19) Numerous documents prove that executives at leading banks, credit agencies, and mortgage brokers were falsely touting assets as sound that knew were junk: the very definition of fraud.
(20) Three possible candidates touted to become Iran’s next supreme leader: Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani: The 80-year-old moderate politician was among the founding members of the Islamic republic and its president, from 1989 to 1997.