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- v. Alternative spelling of advertise.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. same as advertise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. call attention to
- v. make publicity for; try to sell (a product)
This seems "se*y" to some people, and, of course, we must advertize ourselves s*x*ally to every person we pass on the street -- that's the fasion rule.
I will say that if NASA is going to advertize Glenn Research Center, I'd rather they come up with a more productive (to the taxpayer, not NASA) and creative way to do it than using a billboard.
 I have this moment an invitation to supper and an order for 3 'Hannahs' — I hope to get Rover printed and then to advertize the 2 together, they will also be included with the poems with a notice of their being set to music &c
The information on 'poetry' I have to advertize, is a bardic prose-poem attributed to Amergin and translated into English first, 1300 years after its composition by an anonymous bard, without title: 'the cauldron of poetry', so called because of the metaphorical conceit in the piece, of poetry being created in a person's three internal cauldrons: Warming, Motion & Wisdom.
Mother on the last day of last year George wrote to me at Honington to say that 'now was the time to settle about the House,' and using these forcible words, 'If you demur I will immediately advertize it to be sold by auction.'
When approached to advertize with p2pnet, we weren ` t sure of what to expect as a return on our investment, mostly due to the many online news sites.
Status seeking criminals advertize their crimes among their peers (that is the point of doing them) - which is why they usually get caught.
Neither do I advertize that I am armed, nor do I show my weapon to anyone.
But 9.99 for this Word document, and I'll advertize it and I'll market the book and I'll see what happens.
However, I felt it so sleazy that McCain had to advertize his melanoma, etc.
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