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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of audiences in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

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    The numerical value of audiences in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of audiences in a Sentence

  1. Tim Davie:

    Although the report states that Diana, Princess of Wales, was keen on the idea of an interview with the BBC, it is clear that the proceeds for securing the interview fell far short of what audiences have a right to expect, we are very sorry for this. Lord Dyson has identified clear failings.

  2. Matthew Litfin:

    This is a gaming generation and they do not like to have to talk to somebody. If you can make day-to-day commerce more like a game they can play on their phones, they are more likely to engage, our focus on digital efforts (is meant to) make certain that we are appealing to younger audiences, which will be the future of the overall business.

  3. Charles Brownstein:

    The books on this list address issues of race, sexuality, sexual preference, religion, substance abuse and many other concerns related to contemporary life, that's the job we charge our authors with: using art to provide a safe place for audiences to engage with topics of substance in a way that allows them to make their own conclusions.

  4. Timothy Hughes:

    As an actor, as part of this cast, as an audience member, the visceral response of a live show is something that is so much a part of who I am and what I do and I can't wait to share that experience again with audiences.

  5. James Steyer:

    We urge the FTC to keep the pressure up by imposing fines with real monetary teeth and requiring meaningful structural change from these platforms, we also encourage Congress to update our privacy laws to reflect the digital world our kids are living in. Until platforms are forced to pay stiff penalties and commit to real changes they will not properly serve their kids and family audiences.

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