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Synonyms for poster


Synonyms for poster

a usually public posting that conveys a message

Synonyms for poster

a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement

someone who pastes up bills or placards on walls or billboards

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a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers

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Among one of the more recently designed line of posters is the awareness line, which highlights a number of important causes that benefit from increased awareness.
The FMLA poster is required for all employers covered by the FMLA and must be displayed at all locations, even if there are no eligible employees.
Among numerous African examples, Seidman references the excessive use of posters in Algeria causing hazards for automobile drivers and heavy poster use in support of Nelson Mandela.
It will be the first time this particular Redcar poster has come up for sale since Christie's launched annual travel poster sales in 1999.
Employers with 25 or more employees must post the Oregon Family Leave Act poster.
Only two of the students had been to a poster session at a conference, and none had ever presented research at a conference.
The Polyurethanes 2006 Technical Conference saw 22 authors receive awards at the conference for their papers and posters, as judged by their peers.
Dating from the 1920s, the posters were part of an ad drive to attract tourists to the Emerald Isle.
In answer to this question he asserted: "The printed word, the spoken word, motion pictures, the telegraph, the wireless, posters, signboards, and every possible media should be used to drive home the justice of America's cause" (qtd.
In many ways, Doig's exhibition sends the viewer on imaginary "travels"; it invites one, accompanying the posters, to follow his subjective turns and painterly interpretations through the history of film.
He was looking at a poster by a RIKEN Brain Science Institute researcher in the Laboratory for Brain-Operative Devices.
The chapter printed hundreds of copies of an attractive, 11-by-14 poster that reads "E Pluribus Unum.
There are now 10 individual posters, as well as one large poster that includes all nine months of the unborn baby's development.