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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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".
The city council has taken out a small advertisement in The Times headed: "Correction: Coventry, the only home for the new national stadium.
Its monthly budget would buy a very small advertisement in a paper such as yours, contrary to what you might have been told.
In 1994, he noticed a small advertisement in a local newspaper placed by a new group, a Russian-American commission on prisoners of war.
A small advertisement in a national magazine helped the 25-year-old Simmons expand his customer base beyond Drexel students to include Macintosh owners throughout the United States and Canada.
The firm regularly runs a small advertisement in the Port Angeles newspaper seeking alder logs or stumpage.
The Qxpress system also allows retailers to custom-design the cards they sell by placing their name and logo on the card along with a small advertisement.
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Drizzle SMS places small advertisements at the top of the messaging application for users to see.
Detectives are warning sellers about a fraudster who buys products from small advertisements with stolen cheques.
According to Trading Standards, the sofas are being sold either door to door, through small advertisements - described as unwanted gifts - and off the back of lorries.
Gaskill said he didn't know the status of the application, but when the city receives the cars, they will be assigned to the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program because residences are accustomed to seeing those police cars with small advertisements on them.