Definitions

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  • adjective occupying an entire page in a book or paper.

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  • adjective journalism covering an entire page.

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  • noun something that covers an entire page
  • adjective occupying an entire page in a book or paper

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Examples

  • On Wednesday, the group challenging Mr. Slim bought full-page ads in Mexican newspapers citing Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development data showing that Mexico's phone rates are the second highest in the 34-nation group.

    Mexican Phone, TV Firms Raise Ante

  • "This is about kids, not about politics or gay marriage," a full-page Chicago Sun-Times editorial declared.

    Jacqueline Edelberg: It Gets Better, Starting in Elementary School

  • ForestEthics ran a full-page ad in USA Today to publicize the issue.

    William S. Becker: Climate Action: Part 3 - Taking it to the Streets

  • As I think about the vast dollars spent on stunts like this, as well as the full-page ad they placed in the Washington Post a few months ago in the interest of "protecting the people," I think about the number of kids that could have received donated computers for that money; or how many homes that could have been connected to high-speed Internet and education on the benefits of broadband.

    Navarrow Wright: Would You Rather Have Waffles or a Better Education?

  • As I think about the vast dollars spent on stunts like this, as well as the full-page ad they placed in the Washington Post a few months ago in the interest of "protecting the people," I think about the number of kids that could have received donated computers for that money; or how many homes that could have been connected to high-speed Internet and education on the benefits of broadband.

    Navarrow Wright: Would You Rather Have Waffles or a Better Education?

  • Merrilees's comments come after the Port of Oakland took out a full-page advertisement in the Oakland Tribune to ask protesters not to shut down the ports, saying it would "hurt working people and our economy".

    port shutdown

  • The homepage of Apple's website now displays a full-page image of Jobs with the text: "Steve Jobs 1955-2011."

    Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56

  • Sojourners' supporters and partners placed a full-page ad in Monday's Politico entitled, "What Would Jesus Cut?" which was signed by 28 leaders of churches and faith-based organizations across the theological and political spectrum.

    Jim Wallis: Can an Orange Bracelet Turn Hearts in Washington?

  • The best thing that happened to me was a full-page photo in Esquire, showing exactly how I look today.

    Roger Ebert: 'I'm happy I don't look worse'

  • As I think about the vast dollars spent on stunts like this, as well as the full-page ad they placed in the Washington Post a few months ago in the interest of "protecting the people," I think about the number of kids that could have received donated computers for that money; or how many homes that could have been connected to high-speed Internet and education on the benefits of broadband.

    Navarrow Wright: Would You Rather Have Waffles or a Better Education?

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