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having one's thoughts fully occupied

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feeling great rapture or delight

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In addition to the repression of rapt, and the rooting out of practices of infanticide and abortion, the campaign to instill self-control embraced other forms of deviant behaviour.
This is a benchmark project for us," said David Galullo, CEO and design principal of Rapt Studio.
Rapt counts a variety of online players as clients, including Yahoo, Fox Interactive Media, NBC Universal, and The New York Times.
Rapt said its technology is enabling accuracy in the planning, pricing and provisioning of TACODA's inventory, audience and advertising assets and serving as the foundation of the company's yield strategy and sales operations.
Bensoussan, who has over 13 years of product management experience in technology and advertising, including most recently Rapt, which was acquired by Microsoft in April 2008, will further define Aggregate Knowledge's product roadmap and go-to-market strategy as they align with the company's business and financial objectives.
Online advertising software company Rapt announced The New York Times Co.
Following Alberto's child-hood dream to fly in a time pre-dating the Wright brother's famed accomplishments, Follow Your Dreams/De Asas aos Seus Sonhos will captivate the rapt attention of young readers from first page to last with the encouraging story of Alberto Santos-Dumont's inventive mind, ambitious aspirations, and fulfilling passion to design, fabricate and fly the smallest passenger balloon, and create a plane with wheels he called "The Dragonfly".
shouted a rapt twentysomething guy as Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders took the stage at the Rock and Republic Fashion Week party at Sony Studios on Monday night.
My idea of tradition is constant change," confided Chandralekha, a legendary pioneer of Indian dance and a respected voice of the Indian countercultural movement, to a rapt audience near the conclusion of the Chicago conference, "Bharata Natyam in the Diaspora," held from September 6 to 9.
Last week he listened with what appeared to be rapt attention to a rather cheesy piano player in a Chinese restaurant.
By accelerating the pace at which the text appears on screen to a rate just within the threshold of human cognition, Chang coaxes you into a state of rapt concentration.
More than 100 residential property managers and real estate industry professionals listened in rapt attention as first deputy fire commissioner William M.
Through its reach and the depth of its audience relationships, Cox Newspapers has a remarkable asset at its disposal," stated James Deaker, vice president, advisory services for Rapt.
Set in a southern Minnesota rural community and drawing upon his many years of service as a Juvenile Probation officer, Steven Ulmen's debut novel is an original story (but one that could be taken from the ledgers of any juvenile justice system today) told with a humor and candor that holds the readers full and rapt attention from beginning to end.
Before Flockhart proved that public speaking is not her forte, ``The Practice'' actress Lisa Gay Hamilton spoke out loud and clear and got dead serious with the rapt audience, pointing out that ``one-third of all teen relationships have violence in them,'' and exhorting the crowd to do everything possible to stop the violence.