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pop-up

A maneuver by an attack aircraft in which it climbs up rapidly from a low altitude to enter the attack run.
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Pop-ups are a great testing ground for new ideas, products, a market, creating a brand experience or capitalising on a new trend or national event.
These mutual benefits have gone a long way in helping pop-ups to relocate from the back-alleys into the prime retail pitches and a number of pop-up specialists have emerged, specifically to connect the right occupiers with the right spaces.
From March 11 to 15, The Airbnb Park will showcase pop-ups and open public spaces welcoming artists and fans to an oasis amidst the bustle of SXSW.
But I've somehow, managed to avoid sitting in pop-ups with enough frequency to allow success to find me.
Chair of the Colwyn Bay Chamber of Trade r Teresa Carnall said the fact pop-ups can operate free of the burden of business rates might raise eyebrows among existing traders competing with them.
Denise Salyards, marketing director for Totalbank (assets: $2 billion), Miami, suggests IRA season as a great time for an integrated push with direct marketing and pop-ups.
Unlike most pop-up stores, which primarily aim to sell merchandise, these non-retail pop-ups are more focused on publicity and marketing.
A recommendation to ensure sufficient cuts with minimal pop-ups is a forward speed of approximately 6 km/h for pull behind rotary mowers (McCormick, 1999).
For chefs, pop-ups are a way to test new dishes, let off some creative steam, expand their brand to new neighborhoods and otherwise take risks without the hefty up-front investment required for a traditional restaurant.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK Pop-ups are, by nature, short-lived.
Young readers are sure to enjoy its many interactive pop-ups, flaps, tabs and games, as well as its lively sense of humour and quirky illustrations.