billposter

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bill·post·er

 (bĭl′pō′stər)
n.
One that posts notices, posters, or advertisements. Also called billsticker.

bill′post′ing n.

billposter

(ˈbɪlˌpəʊstə) or

billsticker

n
a person who is employed to stick advertising posters to walls, fences, etc
ˈbillˌposting, ˈbillˌsticking n
Translations

billposter

[ˈbɪlˌpəʊstəʳ] billsticker [ˈbɪlˌstɪkəʳ] Npegador(a) m/f de carteles

billposter

, billsticker
nPlakat(an)kleber m

billposter

[ˈbɪlˌpəʊstəʳ] n bill£sticker (Am) [ˈbɪlˌstɪkəʳ] nattacchino
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While asking executives of the labor union for their cooperation over the visit, Yara ordered the removal of flyers and billstickers expressing opposition to the visit around local government buildings to show his firm stance against those opposing the visit.
Back home in New Zealand, Wilson's company Phantom Billstickers Ltd has put up thousands of Kiwi poems on walls and poster bollards from Invercargill to Whangarei.
The Phantom Billstickers Poems on Posters initiative has attracted much interest and attention from radio stations, newspaper columns, and blogs, but more importantly (much more importantly) the poems themselves have been read on the streets.
Jim Wilson founded Phantom Billstickers, New Zealand's premier poster and street-media company in 1982, to give musicians, the arts, and creative people in New Zealand a voice, and to use posters on walls to put "Bums on Seats".
You can read about the Phantom Billstickers Poems on Posters project as well as Jim Wilson's articles on postering in cities across the USA at http://www.
The exact numbers of house staff employed behind the scenes is difficult to determine, as they were rarely listed individually by name in the account books, but grouped under general categories such as scenemen, billstickers or sweepers.