bill poster

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Noun1.bill poster - someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboardsbill poster - someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
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The two-month campaign in Wales leading up to last Christmas included television, radio and bill poster advertising backed up by recipe books and posters sent to independent and multiple retailers as well as social-media activity and articles in newspapers across Wales.
I've got nothing to hide so I wouldn't care - David Legg, 22, a bill poster for the Bobby Roberts circus, who lives in Hartlepool
A similar price is expected for a painting of a bill poster on Newcastle Quayside with a glimpse of St Nicholas Cathedral.
The second son of a Belfast bill poster, Frank first took to the stage when he was 10.
Eagle Rock's Jim McDermott will join the TSET Board of Directors and Bill Poster will join the newly formed TSET Advisory Board.
His firm Bache Treharne is doing excellently but one time partner Guy Treharne, of Treharne Bell, must also be doing OK because he has mounted a big bill poster campaign around town.
The ECHO marked the end of the war with a famous bill poster, featuring a dove of peace which proclaimed 'Peace At Last'.
Peter said: "I came downstairs one day and there was this huge bill poster next to my house, with life-sized Daleks on it.
Craig, who had worked as a social worker and bill poster before setting up Melville Craig in the 1980s, said: "At Manchester United we have had senior Government officials playing against a team of plumbers.
BILL poster Simon Amos is running away to join the circus.
Former bill poster Charlie said: "Winning hasn't changed me as a person but it has made life a lot easier.
Charlie also told how the Lotto win means his days of getting up at 5am to work as a bill poster are now over.