small ad

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small ad

n (in newspaper) → annuncio economico
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They will bulk sell puppies to third parties, who then put ads on Facebook and in small ad sections.
Fundraisers, who had laid out cupcakes and coffee, had breached a "Public Space Protection Order" with a small ad on a board outside the shop.
Her campaign won't comment, but a small ad buy would suggest the campaign isn't expecting to move the needle in the country's largest Republican stronghold.
If you could print this lonely plea or a small ad with my name and address I'd be forever grateful and maybe not so alone.
Davidson is tapping into the rising market for small ad agencies, which MediaJobs.
Thank goodness many years ago a small ad in one of your magazines tipped me to the Clip Draw, a true miracle of American ingenuity.
Rovion, founded in 2000, has an integrated "ad platform" that gives retailers and small ad agencies the ability to build "rich media" web-site advertising that use Flash or HTML5 technology without coding expertise and then place and track those ads.
The main aim is to reduce capital costs of small AD plants, while delivering a process capable of accepting biomass feed streams, saving significant land fill tariffs and generating power, and revenue from the sale of power, for the end user.
And we're not talking about just placing a small ad in a newspaper.
This year's Winners include companies, agencies and organizations of all sizes, from large multinational media companies to small ad agencies and local production houses.
She is pressured by her mother to pursue an academically impressive internship but instead takes an unusual internship with a small ad agency because she senses she is artistic, not a scientist--unlike her sister who excelled at the same high school and who now studies dung beetles at Columbia.
It's a shotgun approach unless you're specific in your small ad," she says.