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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of advertise.

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Examples

  • As the title advertises, this is first and foremost the story of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell; two very multidimensional characters.

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  • My favourite work is the set of four photographed sculptures made from Pringles chips - next time you look at a tube, you'll notice that the label advertises "100 chips in every can" - sculptures that layer the iconic, ovate chip shape vertically then horizontally, thus making a potato product weave, tuber macramé.

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  • Although the works in this show are, as the title advertises, "contemporary" by some standards auction houses and museum departments tend to mark the contemporary at post-1945, they feel like echoes from a distant contemporary past: Modernism.

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  • The label advertises that it kills 99.9 % of germs and states that the foam is enriched with moisturizing agents.

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  • The UT at Austin advertises during network football games.

    Matthew Yglesias » Meeting Obama’s College Attainment Goals

  • The Beltway BBQ Sauce label advertises the fact that it has no high fructose corn syrup.

    Smoke Signals: Can barbecue sauce be healthful?

  • "What contemporary American culture advertises is achievement and accomplishment as the route to ultimate happiness," says Suniya Luthar, a professor of psychology and education at Columbia University in New York.

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  • Take a look down: As the name advertises, you're riding what looks like a giant flattened banana.

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  • The insistence on judicial protection from a political fight that liberals have every reason to expect to win advertises pointedly how little they still believe in their ability to persuade.

    Letting Go of Roe

  • The insistence on judicial protection from a political fight that liberals have every reason to expect to win advertises pointedly how little they still believe in their ability to persuade.

    Letting Go of Roe

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