- n. Plural form of disclaimer.
“The busy layout of the advertisements appearing in youth magazines, combined with the inadequate and inappropriate use of fine print disclaimers, is misleading and in breach of the Trade Practices Act 1974 Of particular concern was that the advertising did not adequately disclose the nature of the services being offered and their costs.”
“The sites portray the imagining of extreme racist violence as a matter of humour and the ambivalence of their disclaimers is discussed.”
“Atlanta, Jan. 13 - A federal judge Thursday ordered a suburban Atlanta school system to remove stickers from its high school biology textbooks that call evolution "a theory, not a fact," saying the disclaimers are an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.”
“In 2007, the FEC held that since campaigns must tag disclaimers onto the end of any ad ( "I'm John McCain, and I approve this message"), they could use compliance funds to pay for up to 5 percent of broadcast advertising.”
“So I was asking about "disclaimers" I should be issuing.”
“It starts with so many pages of fine-print "disclaimers" and "risk factors" that it seems like a Viagra ad ( "call your doctor if ...").”
“I am sorry that you need to post "disclaimers" in it and I am sorry that you have been under such scrutiny.”
“The PSAM said that since Goqwana's appointment in 1999, the department had received five audit disclaimers, meaning that between 2000 and 2005 the department failed to properly account for”
“Signatures will preferably be short and to the point, and those containing 'disclaimers' should be avoided where possible.”
Looking for tweets for disclaimers.