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noun as in sign

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They could also arrange for billboards, freeway signs and posters at local restaurants.

Pennsylvania officials said the delay left them unable to launch public education campaigns on radio, television or digital media, or billboards and bus signs, or even print basic educational materials.

Lemon Grove is currently pursuing a handful of other revenue streams — including a tax on marijuana sales and digital billboard signs — although Jones said those efforts would barely be enough to pull Lemon Grove out of the red.

For instance, targeting customers with billboards, transit station advertising, and even radio advertisements may no longer be effective as there is a significant decline in movement and commuters.

He suggested that creates an audience ripe for exposure to out-of-home messages in billboards, grocery stores and more.

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Joe and the record label were behind him all the way: look at the full-page ad in Billboard the previous week.

It was creative thinking like this that helped it debut at number one on Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart.

Then just 8-years-old he saw writing on a deli Billboard that was in Hebrew.

Billboard and Entertainment Weekly similarly praised it upon the anniversary.

But Swift is only in her second week of 1989 and already moved a million units, according to Billboard.

Some distance ahead stretched a long, smooth, sandy beach, on which was a huge billboard with the words "Perry's Slope."

A large billboard, blown flat, was the first sign that they were approaching Tippewa.

The craft was moored to the supports of the billboard, on one side, and to a heavy wagon on the other.

Ferral, finding everything quiet in the alley, strolled around by the end of the billboard.

While Carl was getting up, he saw Brady disappearing around one end of the billboard.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to billboard, such as: advertisement, placard, poster, signboard, hoarding, and advertising board.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.