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advertisement
I saw an advertisement for a new drink.
deadline
The deadline for applications is November 1st. *
department
The sportswear department stocks ski gear.
goal
The company set some very ambitious goals for the year.
market
Take this basket with you to the market.
marketing
He is experienced in sales and marketing. *
objective
To be objective is to give an opinion not based on personal feeling but on fact. *
promotion
He will forfeit his chance of promotion.
result
He tried not to despair at the team's poor result.
schedule
There was an adjustment in today's schedule.
success
She was a great success as a rock singer.
target
He shot the target with great accuracy.
turnover

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