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Correct spelling for ADVERTISINY
We think the word advertisiny 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 advertisiny
- Advertised(Definition of advertised)
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
- Advertising(Definition of advertising)
- Advertiser(Definition of advertiser)
In the metropolitan district they advertised services on watch-night at no less than seventy-three chapels, and there were other smaller ones at which watch-services were held, though they were not advertised.
What will he think when he hears i've written a story to advertise rollings reliable?
Gaye advert (born august 29, 1956), also gaye black, is an english punk rock musician, who played bass guitar in the band the adverts in the late 1970s.
The telepathic advertisers reached out from the places of entertainment, pulling at him. the voices enveloped him for a moment so that he almost turned back to them.
These are some of the warning events of life, gentlemen; and as i feel sure of addressing those who are capable of making the application, i shall now conclude by advising all who hear me to great discretion of speech on every matter connected with commercial character."
Without any reference to personal or particular circumstances, without adverting to your majesty's age, sex, qualities mental or personal, without attending to any sentiments of attachment or affection which may be felt for your majesty's person, it must be remembered that your majesty's life is, from the position which you occupy and the office which you fill, the most important life in these realms; it is also too clear that it is the most exposed life in the country, the life the most obnoxious to danger; and therefore it is a duty to throw around it every protection which the law and the execution of the law can afford.
Where you do not obtain from a reputable, intelligent christian physician the information you desire, or the relief you seek, do not make the fatal mistake of resorting to some quack or impostor who advertises only to beguile, deceive and rob you, and subsequently to leave you humiliated, with purse depleted and health ruined.
Evidently the assistant secretary believed in personal advertising.
So far good, tommy had thought when he received this answer, but there was nothing in it to indicate the nature of the work, nothing to show whether o.p. pym was "scholastic," or "123," or "rex," or any other advertiser in particular.