Pronunciation of Advertisements
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Hyphenation of Advertisements
How is Advertisements hyphenated?
- British usage: Ad‐vert‐ise‐ments
- American usage: Ad‐ver‐tise‐ments
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...on a new car. Remember, when you're looking for a new car, looking through the paper and other advertisements that you see on the television and other mediums, don't necessarily means...
You are solely responsible for the use you make of this information. Site owner receives monetary compensation for advertisements throughout the site from various affiliations.
...and stuff, whether it's like Marilyn Monroe or Betty Boop or Humphrey Bogart and what's old is new again and just have fun with that. Look for old magazines and advertisements...
...has some advice for Apple. “Apple, I know you want to appeal this, but the judge is lining you up for a whole new series of iconic advertisements. ’Incomparable. Inimitable.
Joshua: I'm working right now on a new video player for the home page view of YouTube, which allows our advertising partners to put in overlays and advertisements on top of the...
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