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to call or direct attention to something

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Elsewhere, the decision to ban the advert has been described as "rather chilling in terms of limiting free speech", and the Archbishop of Canterbury described the situation as "extraordinary".
JOHN LEWIS John Lewis are perhaps the quintessential festive advert viewing, and the department store will unveil their new effort on Friday, 6 November, at 8am.
You can watch the whole advert, which first airs on Tuesday 22[sup.
I was delighted when I got the Nike advert for the World Cup because it meant two months filming in Spain and I got to meet all the top footballers like Wayne Rooney and Ronaldo, but I was devastated when my part got cut from the final advert," said Dean, from Blackwood.
ENGLAND'S football flops are still starring in lucrative TV adverts, much to the disgust of disappointed fans.
ASA chairman Lord Smith had taken what the watchdog said was the "unusual step" of directing the advertiser to withdraw the advert pending the outcome of the investigation.
At the time, the Advertising Standards Authority ruled that the adverts were misleading and upheld complaints which had been made.
The advert is accompanied by a special version of the iconic Beatles song, All You Need is Love.
Facebook said that it recognizes the need to prevent situations where adverts appear alongside controversial pages or content and it will implement a new process to determine which pages or groups should feature adverts alongside the content.
Mrs Roberts, of Miniott Walk, Hemlington, is calling for the advert to be banned.
But a spokesman for the Solicitors Regulation Authority said that the advert is legal and highlighting services on offer.
MP Abdulhameed Al Meer, one of those behind the proposal, said Bahrain was an open country, but some adverts went too far.
But the See What Sam Sees film has been banned from being shown on television after regulators said it contravened the Communications Act 2003 - due to the fact that Balance hoped to use the advert to encourage visitors to its website to sign a petition to call for a Government policy change.
While thousands of Smiths' fans were furious at one of their favourite songs being used for an advert.