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billboard in Advertising & marketing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbillboardbill‧board /ˈbɪlbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ noun [countable]  TTRBBAa large sign used for advertising syn hoarding British Englishsee thesaurus at advertisement
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billboardHuizenga plans to expand into the areas of electronic security and billboard advertising.Around the world, some 3 billion pairs of eyes will notice their logos, slogans and billboards.There are billboards seeking the re-election to the state legislature of Marion Feinstein.It might even be socialist, and we couldn't have that-bridges and communities might be built before billboards.Directly behind him was a huge billboard with her picture looming big and brassy back at her.Whiteco, the billboard company, thought its seven signs on Speedway should be worth $ 3. 2 million.Other commodities for which memes compete are radio and television time, billboard space, newspaper column-inches, and library shelf-space.