emblazon


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Singular moments are caught in memory, emblazon themselves on the mind, and perhaps interpolate themselves later in connection with other images.
To help promote The Jones Gang's debut recording "Any Day Now," AAO Music partnered with the Philly-based USA 3000 Airlines to emblazon the band's album cover on all of its aircraft.