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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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At least 30% of the poster should be white space (Baker, 2015).
The construction of the poster is usually done using a single PowerPoint slide and planning for a 36"x48" or 48"x56" display depending upon presentation guidelines Most posters are required to be hung on poster boards provided at the venue.
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.
If the undated 40in x 50in poster, produced by artist Leonard Cusden for the London and North Eastern Railway pre 1948, does sell for that sum, it will be a record for a Redcar railway poster.
All agricultural employers must post Agricultural Employees: Your Rights Under Oregon's Minimum Wage Law and Child Labor Law poster.
This two-part study evaluated the poster session as a classroom tool to increase excitement about research and encourage participation in psychology conferences.
A student can view his/her own posters at any time by using the poster identification number in the View My Poster Section.
Papers and posters may address innovations and developments in any area of polyurethane, including flexible slabstock, flexible molded, rigid foam, soy-based polyols, polyurethane waterborne dispersions, equipment/machinery, cast elastomers, thermoplastic polyurethanes, integral skin, RIM, binders/fillers, coatings, adhesives, sealants and more.
Poster buff Richard Price-Stevens became a fan after spotting some Irish posters in a transport museum near his home.
His poster, which depicted the popular Festival of Lights from his native India, brought top honors in the city's Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Poster Contest.
In this era before mass broadcast media, the poster proved a highly effective tool for conveying information; twenty million were plastered all over the US; all called for enlistment to defeat the brutal Hun who had invaded Belgium and now threatened the rest of continental Europe and even America.
Direct visual quotation or painted film stills are rather scarce, though the poster for the Coen brothers' The Big Lebowski (1998) depicts the film's protagonist in the house of his millionaire namesake as he gazes at a wall of photographs and certificates as though it were picture gallery.
Both of these new poster sets have been developed for grades three through eight.