It also provides an exclamation point
to our company's 100th Year Anniversary
SAN FRANCISCO -- Yahoo late Wednesday updated its logo with slimmer letters but kept the trademark purple color and exclamation point
Neither the drama nor the energy is successfully sustained, though the brilliantly staged finale feels like an exclamation point
at the end of the whole draining experience.
In a painful exclamation point
to the story of her death, Diana was buried with rosary beads given her by Mother Teresa, who also worked to destigmatize AIDS and who died September 5.
QCSI is grateful for the recognition we have received from industry organizations and leading research companies; it adds an exclamation point
to the accomplishments that we and our customers are experiencing in the marketplace," said Dave Engert, CEO of QCSI.
He put an exclamation point
on the Stanford victory with an alley-oop dunk on a pass from Mitch Johnson.
The Gartner Dataquest report is the second industry analyst study this year that shows Watchfire's market share lead,(2) and serves as an exclamation point
to the Company's 10-year anniversary.
Erik Swoope put an exclamation point
on the rout when he threw down an emphatic one-handed dunk over Brooks with 43 seconds left on the clock, prompting the Wolverines fans to break out in a thunderous ovation.
It is an exclamation point
on the fact that behavioral targeting works and is the wave of the future.
The play put an exclamation point
on the host Dons' 28-21 come-from-behind victory Friday night over a previously unbeaten Grant team that led by as many as 15 points in the fourth quarter.
Cohen said, "Hawaiian Electric Company's CIS selection reinforces Peace 8's ranking as the number one utility CIS product in North America and puts a bold exclamation point
on the focus that utilities have on best-of-breed CIS applications.
The Bruins' incredible three-game run through the conference tournament ended a week that began with uncertainty about an NCAA berth with a resounding exclamation point