flier


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  • noun

Synonyms for flier

someone who travels by air

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an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

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He once won a $5,000 purse in Snowbird, the prestigious race the Fernando Valley Racing Pigeon Club hosts during the fall young bird season; he raised a baby that won $36,000 for another flier and produced offspring that won $28,000.
Fliers promoting racist propaganda around Antelope Valley College have students and faculty members both outraged and fearful.
The forms show Lederer spent $203 to print the flier and an additional $1,600 to distribute it throughout the city.
Paige said the department chose to use the flier to reach hundreds of parents who would otherwise be contacted in a much lengthier, house-to-house investigation.
A group of Pagans who attend Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church, a Unitarian-Universalist congregation in Charlottesville, created a one-page flier advertising a Dec.
This flier, offering a $15 discount on marijuana, is among ones police say they found at Grant High School.
com, you should manage frequent flier miles as carefully as you oversee an investment portfolio.
A community service officer will pick up the flier, and investigators hope to check for fingerprints.
Seattle's EMP museum has an installation dedicated to punk flier art (and the movements it spawned) entitled "Paper Scissors ROCK," that is part journey-back-in-time nostalgia, part serious art appreciation, and part pop-culture display.
Colozza had read in Scientific American that Georgia Tech was developing a 50-gram, flapping-wing flier for use on Earth.
Frequent flier mileage that was earned in business-related travel and provided to the employee for personal purposes was specifically held to be a taxable fringe benefit.
If a flier is told the airline plans to use a propeller plane, he or she should consider weather conditions--especially ice--when deciding whether to fly.
Enrolled in six different airline frequent flier programs, Carothers says she prefers to save up her points for a free ticket instead of upgrading her seat to business class.
The Service recently held that a travel reimbursement policy that allows employees to keep frequent flier mileage for personal use constitutes additional income to the employees.
Spirit's full-frills, low fare service includes new airplanes with all leather seats, coach and business class and also offers one of the most attractive frequent flier programs on the planet with no blackouts and seats available on every flight.