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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of advertise.
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- adj. called to public attention.
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- adj. called to public attention
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Shopping for her nursery, Kelly Horvath bought a new window shade because its label advertised its child safety features.
Despite scores of deaths, govt slow to regulate window blind cords that strangle children Govt slow to regulate deadly window blind cordsWASHINGTON - Shopping for her nursery, Kelly Horvath bought a new window shade because its label advertised its child safety features.
Instead of the mascara the label advertised, the bottle was filled with micros she’d never before used.
The only justice I can think of in modern who turned out to be more conservative than originally advertised is ByronWhite.
The only justice I can think of in modern who turned out to be more conservative than originally advertised is Byron White.
Regarding White, advertised is used as how the Kennedy white house (and RFK and Warren and Brennan) preceived White as opposed to an African-American judge who was also considered (the latter was perceived by them as too conservative).
The location, as advertised, is the “closest” private park to the Atlantic, but the ocean is still a good drive away.
The first is advertised from the Cincinnati firm H.B. Pearson in
Also advertised is the latest Liberator songbook, complete with foreword by Lord Bonkers.
Whether or not anyone actually uses the service advertised is almost beside the point.