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Starting next year, YouTube will price its homepage masthead ad unit on an impression basis only rather than allow advertisers to reserve the spot for an entire day.
With these appointments, ProPublica’s masthead team will consist of Engelberg, managing editors Fields and Ornstein, deputy managing editors Thompson, Weber, Scott Klein and Eric Umansky, and assistant managing editors Sorbara and Zayas.
The breakers from the masthead, bearing south-east, distant eight or nine miles.
The new smack was flying a flag at her masthead, but Jim could not read well enough to make out the inscription on the flag.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
But Thorgils waxed silent, and sent a man to the masthead suddenly, for some reason which was not plain to me.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
He could see a masthead light, her red light (with glasses), and a "glare of white lights on her afterdeck."
He first thought her masthead light was flickering and next thought it was a Morse light, "calling us up."
A big ship sailed into the bay with the British colours flying at her masthead.
The Miles passed while he stood there, the American flag flying from her masthead.
Later we learned that she was ashore, and that signals of distress were flying from her masthead and rigging.

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