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throwaway

Chiefly US and Canadian a handbill or advertisement distributed in a public place
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Discuss criteria to use in seeking suitable throwaways.
Sarcevic concentrates on throwaways, neglected signs that he finds to have profound meaning in and of themselves.
Although the dance motifs in The Unicorn were almost throwaways, the piece very successfully combined singers and dancers.
Protected from bacterial decay by immersion in water for more than a century, the organic throwaways appear remarkably well preserved, says Frances B.
After all, he found a place for the throwaways, the has-beens, the unwanted, the unloved and so many others.
This blithe spirit soars even higher in a sampling culled from the twenty "pocket paintings" Picabia exhibited in Cannes in 1942, oil-on-cardboard throwaways the size of cigarette packs, each marked with an off-the-cuff parody of those scary archaic or tribal heads once synonymous with rebellious adventures in modern art.