bumper sticker

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bumper sticker

n.
A sticker bearing a printed message designed for display on a vehicle's bumper.

bumper sticker

n
a label affixed to the rear windscreen or bumper of a motor vehicle displaying an advertisement or slogan

bump′er stick`er


n.
an adhesive-backed strip of paper for sticking onto the rear bumper of an automobile, bearing a slogan.
[1965–70]
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For company, Mohanlal has Vishal Krishna, a remarkably engaging and intelligent actor who makes the bumpersticker wisdom of his rhetorical dialogues sound like lines borrowed from the latest episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond.
Cartoons by the smartest illustrators and the history of outdoor humor on radio and the small and big screen including the best Elmer Fudd/Porky Pig/Daffy Duck and "that wascally wabbit" hunting cartoon shorts, ribald songs, tall tales, atypical Ole and Sven jokes, novelty fishing lures and bumpersticker humor.
I KEEP THINKING OF THAT OBNOXIOUS BUMPERSTICKER I USED TO SEE ON THE BACK OF OVERSIZED S UMS BACK IN THE UNABASHEDLY MATERIALISTIC 1980S .
The phrase "26 + 6 = 1" (a popular bumpersticker in Boston) colloquially represents Ireland, and the tenuous unity between the Catholic and Protestant communities.
What do Matt Patterson, who dubs Lucifer "a republican saint for his refusal to bow before a monarch" and finds Lincoln a more worthy "earthly messiah" than Christ, and the homeschooled Caitrin Nicol, who labels the ubiquitous "Coexist" bumpersticker "stupendously annoying," have in common?
First, Denise Grier won't have to pay $100 for her bumpersticker after all.
There are profound differences in form, content, and level of generality among the rejection of certain ways of life and the defense of philosophical contemplation in book 9 of Plato's Republic and the tenth book of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, on the one hand, and bumpersticker opposition to abortion.
If the transparent language and cutting wit of these post-Slinger poems makes them epigrams (as many have argued), they're less lapidary and more like laminations: more appropriate for a bumpersticker than a stone.
The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance for years printed a bumpersticker that read "Remember Glen Canyon" as it worked to preserve the remainder of southern Utah's wildlands.
In other words, the first official bumpersticker might have read: "Choose to believe what you wish but leave others free to choose
Vote WFP and Make Your Vote Really Count," as our bumpers ticker would say if we had a bumpersticker.
None of this bumpersticker analysis moves us forward.