small advertisement

small advertisement

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small ad

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(Journalism & Publishing) a short, simply designed advertisement in a newspaper or magazine, usually set entirely in a small size of type. See display advertisement
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The ACC website, which was popular among Asian cricket fans, has a small advertisement that reads: "fixed assets for sale".
Once Nicolas was ready to start, he took out a small advertisement in an agricultural magazine.
But it was a small advertisement in the paper looking for a researcher in the BBC sports department that changed my life.
The underlying technology takes the actual videos uploaded by users, attaches a small advertisement to it, tracks the number of views, and calculates the amount of ad revenue generated by each user.
Specifically, when a computer user enters a search that includes the purchased keyword, a link to the Web site of the company that purchased the keyword, together with a small advertisement, appears near the top of, or alongside, the natural search results.
To buttress his " credentials", Rana had also put out a small advertisement on November 17 in a leading English daily's Kerala edition, offering visa to the US and Canada on " a limited time moneyback guarantee".
Where a small advertisement might be overlooked, a colour page of good pictures and interesting detail can spark serious interest.
IT all started with a small advertisement in a fish shop window: "Young footballers wanted for new team.
Lovelorn Dave Murphy has placed a small advertisement in the Chronicle in an effort to trace a woman he met on a night out in the Toon.
A small advertisement on Page D7 featured a photograph of Dr.
With total savings of pounds 17, I withdrew pounds 7 to place a small advertisement offering a selection for Doncaster's opening meeting of the 1975 Flat campaign.
I saw a small advertisement in the back of the paper which said, `Are you Scottish and can you sell'?