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  • noun Plural form of advert.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of advert.

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Examples

  • Copy in adverts is different because its usually small quantities of short sentances (except ‘situations vacant’, where everyone tries to cram as many words into the box as possible).

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  • The Government-supported campaign, which includes press and television adverts, is sponsored by the Carbon Usage Negation Trustee Society, a new environmental group posing radical solutions to the problems of global warming.

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  • He appeared in adverts and the TV adventure The Camerons (1974), for the Children's Film Foundation.

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  • The Government-supported campaign, which includes press and television adverts, is sponsored by the Carbon Usage Negation Trustee Society, a new environmental group posing radical solutions to the problems of global warming.

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  • All I see here is McCain adverts being posted as free publicity for McCain.

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  • The problem with most of these adverts is that there are so many of them that seem so similar, they just become a blur to you.

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  • The problem with most of these adverts is that there are so many of them that seem so similar, they just become a blur to you.

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  • The “difficult constitutional position” to which Toque adverts is one entirely of the making of Brown and the Scots Junta and concerning which the Tories and others who opposed devolution in the first place explicitly warned.

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  • "Printed writing is very much design-led these days in adverts and Web sites, and people feel that hyphens mess up the look of a nice bit of typography," he said.

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  • Whether airlines use "come hither" adverts is entirely up to them.

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