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Synonyms for ballyhoo

Synonyms for ballyhoo

a systematic effort or part of this effort to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

to increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

Synonyms for ballyhoo

blatant or sensational promotion

advertize noisily or blatantly

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Among the more ballyhooed changes made by the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 (RRA) were the limits placed on deductions for travel expenses of spouses and dependents, the denial of deductions for most club dues and the further limits on deductions for business meals and entertainment expenses.
Sometimes the bloopers are amusing, other times embarrassing and occasionally devastating for the product or service being ballyhooed.
In a surprise move, the House deferred action on a much ballyhooed patient bill of rights until its June 1990 meeting.
BETWEEN THE LINES: Even those who push global-warming fright scenarios have quietly admitted that this ballyhooed study does not effectively address costs or politics.
Since the Balanced Scorecard emerged, it has been much ballyhooed as an evolutionary step in performance measurement.
Kurland never expected the attention that's come her way since "Another Girl, Another Planet," last year's much ballyhooed group photography exhibition co-organized by artist Gregory Crewdson and gallerist Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn.
The band mates sing in French and English, and their much ballyhooed live appearances aren't so much concerts as kitschy multimedia cocktail parties replete with dancers, props, and hors d'oeuvres.
The Lion King has been ballyhooed since its first tryout in Minneapolis months before its opening.
But if pundits and citizens concerned themselves with the bill at all--and most didn't--they debated the much ballyhooed v-chip in the context of its ability to keep certain material from children watching television.
The most ballyhooed aspect of this past summer's Rent Regulation Reform Act was the passage of a form of luxury decontrol.
StarSight's much ballyhooed electronic television guide, which was the subject of an IPO a few months ago, has been scheduled for consumer testing several times over the past years but has been postponed each time.
The much ballyhooed, $615 million Hollywood & Highland center will be the new and permanent home of the Academy Awards(R), and will feature many entertainment attractions and more than 230,000 square feet of retail space.
Ballyhooed by a rare bipartisan coalition that included the likes of George W.
The roots of this small-press mania go back not just to la movida--the much ballyhooed Madrid club scene of the late '70s and early '80s, from which emerged film director Pedro Almodovar and a slew of coveted fanzines--but also to the links between the painters and poets of late-'40s Barcelona, links that continued through the '60s in Madrid.
Despite the much ballyhooed contention that B2B exchanges are on their last legs, we see powerful evidence indicating the very stuff of modern life is being trading on B2B exchanges," said Jim Balderston, senior industry analyst, The Sageza Group.