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  1. Advertisements

    Works consisting of publicly distributed notices, usually as paid announcements in mass media such as newspapers, magazines, or on billboards. They include those in motion picture, television advertising, or electronic media.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of advertisements in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of advertisements in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of advertisements in a Sentence

  1. Jeev Trika:

    Google’s business model isn’t, at the end of the day, providing a free search engine or publishing data, it’s selling advertisements, the free search engine is merely a vehicle for doing so. Google has an economic reason to deny legitimate Web publishers who are promoting SEO placement in the SERPs so that they can sell more advertisements, but that type of anti-competitive action should not be protected by the First Amendment.

  2. Efraim Zuroff:

    This is one of the problems in the Far East where these things don't have the same resonance as they do in the Western world, hitler is in restaurants, Hitler is in advertisements. Things that are unthinkable in the Western world.

  3. Maryam Kamalmaz:

    We have been trying to find his exact location for a while, we put out advertisements on Facebook, we are just looking for whoever might know something to reach out to us; were waiting for any leads to come in. We want to ensure he is still alive.

  4. Henry Brewer:

    We see advertisements literally everywhere and now I have to go see it on the cooler ? it doesn't just seem necessary, and I think it's a turnoff to the consumer when this wasn't a problem.

  5. Douglas South Wind:

    You can tell the ideas of a nation by it's advertisements.

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