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billboard

a fitting at the bow of a vessel for securing an anchor
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digital billboard

A large electronic display system. Using LEDs, digital billboards increasingly replace static electronic and printed signs, which require replacement or manual effort to change. Entirely computer controlled, digital billboards can display images, video and animation. They can also entirely change their message, promoting goods and services for several advertisers from the same display system. See LED.


More Than 200 Feet Across
Daktronics is the world's leader in electronic signage, and this 40x220-foot LED display at Sports Authority Field for the Denver Broncos has 952 lines of LED resolution. (Image courtesy of Daktronics, www.daktronics.com)







Times Square Spectaculars
Lit by huge LED signs that span 40 to 80 feet and rent for hundreds of thousands of dollars per month, Times Square "Spectaculars" are dazzling. The pixel diameters range from 16 to 25mm.
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On appeal, the District acknowledged that a billboard and its structure cannot be considered as part of an assessment of property, but that nevertheless the sign-and-sign-structure exclusion does not preclude assessment of the land on which a billboard sits and the consideration of income derived from a billboard lease of that land.
class="MsoNormalMr Kuria criticized the vandals who pulled down his billboard in Murang'a, saying they won't deter him from vying for the presidency.
The cover image of Billboard's March edition was released on its official website last week, showing the four BLACKPINK members, clad in colorful dresses, lying on their backs and staring up at the camera.
He maintained that the State remained a PDP state, and would gain nothing destroying the opposition party billboards talk more of their own presidential candidate's billboard.
Gatchalian also renewed his call for the passage of Senate Bill 995 (The Billboard Regulation Act) which he filed in August 2016 to impose setback requirements and minimum distance between structures and limits the size of the display surface and height of billboard structures.
He added that whatever billboard were installed across the cities were standing on the property of NHA.
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan has issued orders for the removal of all billboards installed in civil and Cantonment areas across the country.
Gilberts: Village laws trump company's plan for 'bigger, brighter' billboards
The top judge inquired if the Parks and Horticulture Authority was putting up billboards, to which Naheed Gul Baloch, additional director general of the PHA, said: 'We have not put up even one billboard.'
According to (https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8464292/drake-scorpion-first-album-1-billion-global-streams-one-week) Billboard 's sources, "Scorpion" became the first album to ever cross one billion streams globally across all services in one week.
Why, is it not clearly provided in the ordinance as to who is responsible for the billboard upkeep?