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Correct spelling for ADVERTIE
We think the word advertie is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for advertie
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
- Advertiser(Definition of advertiser)
- Advert(Definition of advert)
And this being the case, why don't those places advertise, so that by the hundreds and the thousands men who live in hotels might come from all over in the fall of the year and just naturally eat themselves to death?
The song was the first song from the john lewis christmas adverts to be a uk singles chart number one.
To be sure, the letters in the advertiser had begun to make their impression; among the first great pleasures they brought me was a recognition from my diplomatic chief at vienna; but i valued my admission to the north american peculiarly because it was lowell let me in, and because i felt that in his charge it must be the place of highest honor.
These are all powers incidental to the possession of the express power, and in the case to which he adverted the express power was one necessarily belonging to the government, because it was a power belonging to and regulated by the law of nations, and not by any municipal regulation.
He instanced the case of the abdication of james ii. adverting to the constitution, he showed that the appointment of vice president, in certain cases, devolves on the senate.
And here he would just advert to an argument used against those who complained of cruelty in our islands, which was, that it was the interest of masters to treat their slaves with humanity: but surely it was immediate and present, not future and distant interest, which was the great spring of action in the affairs of mankind.