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to call or direct attention to something

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In this case, the objective was to be different from other adverts that capitalise on happy families forgetting that young married couples want adventure in their marriages too.
Adverts shown during prime time family television are promoting sweets, crisps and fast food, experts said.
Kevin Smith I've seen a few adverts for soap, shampoo and various lotions and creams that show the female form in similar poses.
One of the adverts targets the UK government for supplying Israel with arms which were used in the 2014 Operation Protective Edge, a conflict which saw over 2,200 Palestinians and over 70 Israelis killed.
Gary Lineker appeared in adverts for It is said Elvis Presley was a fan of the cologne and the UK campaign saw Henry appearing alongside assorted sportsmen including footballer Kevin Keegan, athlete David Hemery and showjumper Harvey Smith.
Here's everything we know about when and where the adverts will air in the run-up to Christmas Day 2015.
Eventually I found I could pass a bookies but for many years have not had a bet, but I have been tempted many times, and now I find it more difficult to not gamble with the amount of gambling adverts.
ENGLAND'S football flops are still starring in lucrative TV adverts, much to the disgust of disappointed fans.
The companies all issued their adverts through Facebook.
London, June 29 ( ANI ): Social media giant Facebook has decided that it will review its advertising system in order to avoid placing adverts on pages having offensive content.
Turner Broadcasting has apologised unreservedly for showing the adverts on the Cartoon Network and Boomerang between 6.
MP Abdulhameed Al Meer, one of those behind the proposal, said Bahrain was an open country, but some adverts went too far.
Balance is urging people to sign its petition which calls out for a change in regulations to prevent alcohol adverts from targeting children and young people and stop them from being shown through social networking sites and sponsorship of sporting and youth events.
This is the second year running that a Teessider has bagged a role in the famous adverts.
Previous adverts featuring Cara include covers versions of songs from Queen and Diana Ross.