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At 1400 Words, all we do is write — brochures, websites, annual reports, video scripts, and more — all of the many communications that design firms and corporate clients rely on to fuel momentum in the marketplace. From big-picture marketing concepts to in-depth business communications, our award-winning copywriters bring a love of language and a passion for precision to every job.


Building Excitement

Our lead article for "Explore" helped the Perot Museum build excitement for its grand opening — and beyond.

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Saturday, October 19, 2019
scapegoat
noun | SKEYP-goht
Definition/Example
A person made to bear the blame for others; in the Old Testament, a goat used in the ritual of Yom Kippur that was symbolically laden with the sins of the Israelites and sent into the wilderness.