poster, posting, placard, notice, bill, card(noun)
a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
"a poster advertised the coming attractions"
(bookkeeping) a listing on the company's records
"the posting was made in the cash account"
the transmission of a letter
"the postmark indicates the time of mailing"
action of the verb to post
an item inserted into a register, ledger or diary
an entry in a computerized bulletin board
the place where a soldier or airman is sent (posted) for duty; the time spent there
the act of traveling post
the act of transferring an account, as from the journal to the ledger
Posting or postadh was a process in washing clothes formerly used in Scotland. It means to trample with the feet, or the act of trampling or treading. In scouring woollen clothing, blankets or coarse linen, when the strength of the arms and manual friction are found insufficient, Highland women put them in a tub with a prop – or quantity of water, then, with petticoats tucked up, they commence the operation of posting, which they continue until every part of the clothes receives an effectual cleansing. When three women are employed, one commonly tramps in the middle, and the other two tramp around her.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
Noun corresp. to v.: post (but note that post can be nouned). Distinguished from a ‘letter’ or ordinary email message by the fact that it is broadcast rather than point-to-point. It is not clear whether messages sent to a small mailing list are postings or email; perhaps the best dividing line is that if you don't know the names of all the potential recipients, it is a posting.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
Placing people for special duty. Also, publicly handing out a bad character.
The numerical value of posting in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of posting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
By posting pictures of me smiling on Instagram and tagging the dentist on Facebook, I brought the price down to around $4,000, and [the dentist] posted before-and-after pictures of me on her Facebook page.
Like most( if not all) of us, the Secretary of Interior Department has a daily schedule that is subject to constant change, appointments that were expected get canceled, unexpected appointments arise and plans get interrupted by events. The department seeks to ensure that the public has access to the secretary's activities by posting online the various tools used to plan his day by different staff members.
I worry this just makes it easier for everyone to just continue posting the exact same content, but if the founder can continue curating The Depalo app in a way so that you truly see what's new and exciting, that's going to be super interesting and helpful for consumers and other influencers.
Making these silly videos of him gave us something to do while we were working from home, i started posting on my own account and then realized that my friends were getting sick of it.
Self-seeker is mentally sick to be addicted to taking and online posting own pictures with everyone,but belongs to none and not even to own parents even if living with them.
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