advertiser

[ ad-ver-tahyz, ad-ver-tahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF advertiser

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Thus the advertiser tends to control the policy of the paper.

The "Trumet Daily Advertiser" had, so to speak, issued an extra.

"The book is truly an American novel," says the Boston Advertiser.

You must become an advertiser or you must pay the penalty of incompetence.

He laugh'd & call'd me Newsmonger, & said I was a daily advertiser.

It is honourable of the advertiser to mention the minuteness of the cliffs.

There is no natural demand for them to assist the advertiser, such as there is for food-stuffs.

The Kane Company was not an advertiser in any daily or Sunday paper.

He pointed to a clipping on his desk from the Indianapolis "Advertiser" of that morning.

He had heard us singing when we were at the Advertiser office.

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