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smiley

any of a group of symbols depicting a smile, or other facial expression, used in electronic mail

smiley

[′smīl·ē]
(computer science)

smiley

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As one of black America's biggest multimedia brands, Tavis Smiley hosts a talk show on PBS, has authored nine books (with another three due out this year), and developed a series of empowerment conferences.
Meanwhile, a company official says that Smiley Licensing is "in discussions" with Wal-Mart concerning the retail giant's use of a Smiley-like character as a major icon in its ongoing advertising and marketing campaign.
Weiland, Golden, Smiley, Wang Ekvall & Strok, LLP, has a tradition of hiring associates that have received training in the courts.
Smiley lived beyond his means his entire adult life, even as those means became more and more substantial.
Smiley acknowledged he has had multiple sexual encounters with his employees, then struggled to recall the number of current employees with who he has had sex.
They also found that when the participants were asked to respond to the e-mails on formal matters, their answers were more detailed and included more content-related information, when the e-mail did not include any smiley.
Back in the day, Smiley was the face of rollbacks," Rogers said on the Walmart blog.
Smiley makes all the effort to use layman's terms when explaining how he performs his surgeries, including ways to achieve natural results and minimize or eliminate potential risks.
Smiley is to replace Thomas Grein, who will retire in September.
The smiley face has been appearing on the mountain every summer for the past five years, when the bracken starts to become overgrown.
Smiley took the stand to testify before being sentenced in hopes for leniency.
It was Travis, Tayvis and Smiley became Smelly and 'Oh, you're Tavis Smelly.