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resonate

[′rez·ən‚āt]
(electricity)
To bring to resonance, as by tuning.
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They resonated with patient groups who have warned of a lack of compassion among a few bad apples within the health service.
That was a huge, intense thing and resonated for a long time.
"Life in print" has resonated with customers and end users, according to Hagen.
"Everything Jeremy Piven (who plays talent agent Ari Gold) says is funny, but this one thing really resonated with us."
Despite extremely limited resources and a highly challenging set of circumstances, including threats on his client's life, Barwell, working pro bono, crafted a message that resonated with his audience and earned the respect of journalists, colleagues and his client.
But as a young Catholic involved in the broader church community, it was also Ted Scott's capacity to question the fractured Christian reality that resonated with me.
"Lincoln's alliance with Time Warner Center is a natural extension of our 'Travel Well' theme that has resonated with consumers," said John Fitzpatrick, Lincoln Mercury general marketing manager.
It was a stunningly executed piece--replete with the hottest guy-guy smooching ever seen on basic cable--that resonated not only with GLBTs but also with the hetero MTV generation, whose impassioned embrace of the clip made it a prominent fixture on the network's teen-focused Total Request Live program.
Campaign leaders' informal surveys with reporters affirmed that messages about 54's potential effects on health care resonated most with readers.