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The Week in Ads: BlackBerry, Thor, Kohl's [Gallery]

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A look at some of the best online ad executions from around the Web this week.

A look at some of the most creative and engaging display ads from around the Web last week.

Product / Advertiser: BlackBerry PlayBook
Vertical: Technology
Publisher: New York Times

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Product / Advertiser: Thor
Vertical: Movies
Publisher: Yahoo / Comedy Central

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Product / Advertiser: Kohl's
Vertical: Retail
Publisher: AOL

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Product / Advertiser: Autotrader
Vertical: Automotive
Publisher: Slate

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Product / Advertiser: Powerade
Vertical: Beverages
Publisher: Yahoo Sports

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Product / Advertiser: Skinny Cow
Vertical: CPG
Publisher: omg

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Product / Advertiser: Intel
Vertical: Technology
Publisher: MSN

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Product / Advertiser: Priest
Vertical: Gaming
Publisher: Addicting Games

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