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having concealed difficulty

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likely to attract attention

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Much catchier was the intro music on the later animated series, the lyrics to which famously went, "Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever a spider can.
Due to this reason, Facebook never really had any ad coverage on mobile platforms, as Ads along with mobile applications need to be much catchier and less time-consuming than the ads aimed at desktops.
In fact, the term earworm, while itself catchier than its more academic alternatives - musical imagery repetition or involuntary musical imagery - is inaccurate .
However, there is an increased tendency towards the maudlin, with epic, downbeat tracks such as Numb and The Kids Are Ready To Die outnumbering shorter, catchier tunes such as Changing and It Doesn't Mean A Thing.
The show features fantastic tunes that are catchier than the plague - He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights Of The Round Table, Find Your Grail, and of course, the Nation's Favourite Comedy Song as voted for in a Reader''s Digest Poll of 2009, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
But the old songs were there, none catchier than Hold Me Close.
A friend of mind asked me why they hadn't gone with the altogether catchier Super 12 name.
Indeed, it's hard not to smile at the assertion of Mat Bowman, of The Pigeon Detectives, that "this song is catchier than Three Lions, has more class than Vindaloo and a chorus that deserves to be shouted by every England fan on the terraces in South Africa".
And The Times said: "The songs are catchier than a plague of nits.
Because a catchier, more compelling, more viral product makes your job 100 times easier.
Just a shame they couldn't get a slightly catchier web address
Maybe we could have thought of a catchier title, but hey, it does what it says on the tin.
Another of Joyce's fantasies, The Leaf Men And The Brave Good Bugs, has had its title considerably reduced to the much shorter and catchier, Epic.
Number one is can we get a better, catchier name for the plot than the one above?
e Sou w tra c "A Greek tragedy with tighter trousers and catchier tunes," is how Lionel Bart's biographer David Stafford describes a life story with its fair share of major and minor chords, one that would see Bart eventually declared bankrupt and selling the rights to his greatest work.