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Sorry, but we can only return demos which have an SAE Sixth Avenue Traffic Whisper, Smile & Wave EP A VERY professional outfit with a well-produced debut CD, a card with the key social media addresses, and bumph on the band.
The advertising bumph for Celtic's curtain raiser to the season goes on to mention the match's value with regard to preparations for the Champions League qualifiers.
HAVING had some UKIP election bumph drop through my door this week, I can see their argument.
Now, I was looking forward to this trip away and went through all of the fairly difficult and time-consuming bumph associated with going to Africa with a veritable glee and delight.
Programme Packed full of features and the usual bumph for the now customary Championship three quid.
It's our understanding that people on leaving are given a fistful of bumph telling them where to go and what to do and who can help.
This friendly, family-owned three-star hotel is a brisk ten-minute walk up the hill from Sandown Esplanade if you're carrying the usual beach baggage, or a few minutes stroll if you're writing the kind of bumph that ends up in brochures and web pages.
Ironically, the advertising bumph boasts of "free customer service to suit you answered by a person, not a machine".
I have now received some PR bumph about the constitution, but not the document itself.
Not all estate cars are the same, says the advertising bumph.
And the PR bumph says that its 'highly effective formula assures a continued protection against ageing and signs of stress'.
Normally, I only scan the bumph that comes with a car because 1) it is dull and 2) it is often untrue.