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to call or direct attention to something

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But before I leave Niagara, I must advert to one disgusting circumstance which can hardly have escaped the observation of any decent traveller who has visited the Falls.
But one man was killed on the same occasion; and from the very window whence he received his death, the very flag which shielded his murderer (not only in the commission of his crime, but from its consequences), was displayed again on the occasion of the public ceremony performed by the Governor General, to which I have just adverted. Of all the colours in the rainbow, there is but one which could be so employed: I need not say that flag was orange.
All this I enjoyed often and fully, free, unwatched, and almost alone: for this unwonted liberty and pleasure there was a cause, to which it now becomes my task to advert.
"This watching of me at my chambers (which I have once had reason to suspect)," I said to Wemmick when he came back, "is inseparable from the person to whom you have adverted; is it?"
THE new ban on gambling adverts during and immediately before and after live football matches was broken on the first weekend of the new Premier League season.
Television adverts showing two dads leaving a baby on a restaurant conveyor belt and men being adventurous as a woman sits by a pram are the first to be banned under new gender stereotyping rules.
Its adverts are said to take months if not the whole year to plan and pull together so it's not surprising to see John Lewis has already began teasing fans.
The adverts can take up to 15-20 minutes of one programme.
re M Gordon's suggestion that the BBC start to show advertising on its channels to fix its financial problems ('Auntie should show adverts', ee Your Voice, June 15).
The most wonderful time of year, Christmas, is finally here and we're beginning to feel really festive as more and more adverts are now on our screens.
The controversial online clip came as part of a wider campaign launched by the company in Israel with images put up on billboards and TV adverts.
I think that everyone is fed up of seeing adverts on TV these days and I believe that I have a solution to this.
Summary: The municipality has issued 717 warnings and registered 33 offences against illegal posters and adverts this year.
Our aim is for our adverts to be understood with a wink."