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July 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Paper & Packaging -- How Life Unfolds (TM) consumer campaign launches July 8 with a $20M investment in paid and earned media between July and December funding this cross-platform campaign designed to slow the decline in paper usage and grow demand for packaging.
This innovative multimedia event will unfold over the course of the next 24 hours on TV, the internet and Twitter, releasing updates at the precise minute events actually happened 69 years ago.
This Unfolds showcases an eclectic selection of work by some of the most promising recent graduate artists from universities in Wales, highlighting the quality of Welsh art schools as places for nurturing talent.
As the story unfolds David, his wife, and their friends are all drawn into her web of strangeness.
Katrina: One of our challenges as preachers, then, is to honor the story in its entirety and leave space for the story as it unfolds on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
Unfoldin unfolds abnormal prion protein, the chief cause of mad cow disease, formerly known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, the researchers said.
Where Larner tends to arrest the image in time and space, in Green's work the image unfolds like a film.
A moderator and role players feed crisis team members details as the scenario unfolds.
Life unfolds in space and its progress is seen in time.
The critic invariably stands and unfolds himself even as he believes that he is illuminating that universe of shadows" constitutive of art (Compensatory Psyche, [1986], 63).
The scene unfolds in a leisurely long shot as she takes off her shoes and sits on the sofa to relax with a cup of coffee.