- n. alternative spelling of notice board.
“We don't intend [the site] to become what you might call a noticeboard on issues that go far beyond what we are about," he said, adding that comments would be vetted to keep them on the specific topics raised.”
“McKay gleefully recalls the noticeboard advertising boat trips spotted on a Clydeside pier soon after the sensational divorce case”
“On one of the noticeboard was a map of the world, with the middle third boxed out.”
“Maybe some kind of noticeboard where other readers can help with advice also so it takes some of the pressure off you with the questions.”
“There are almost too many different internet car-sharing sites to count, most of which act as a 'noticeboard' where people can post a 'lift offered' or 'lift wanted' ad.”
“Many events have an award event or a noticeboard and publish entries and results in magazines.”
“So I stuck a review of it up on the student noticeboard.”
“On her noticeboard, typed up, are a number of statements, among them "Love and cook with reckless abandon.”
“Every noticeboard was promoting some issue wholly removed from what the police are expected to actually do but it was the huge card print outs of the Policing Pledge was the most repetitive and ubiquitous.”
“There's the obligatory noticeboard crammed with future local events, wooden boxes full of children's books, the standard-issue knee-burning municipal carpet, five computers, and a sizeable reference section.”
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