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a fitting at the bow of a vessel for securing an anchor
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As of 2007, Daktronics has installed more than 500 digital billboards nationwide in more than 140 cities.
The billboards depict the rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, holding a gun in his left hand and a microphone in his right.
Even so, small telcos have been using billboards for years, and view them as an effective supplement in their overall advertising and marketing efforts.
Billboards with scattered messages should be a big NO in any case.
The revised ordinance addresses many ambiguities in the previous sign regulations, and also deals with new technologies such as digital signs and billboards.
The inflatable billboards will be displayed for 3 months in Salinas and are expected to reach upwards of 250,000 viewers.
Keywords: Customer Advertising Billboards Consumer attention
BEIRUT: Municipalities across the country began removing unlicensed roadside billboards Thursday following caretaker Interior Minister Ziyad Baroud's decision to clamp down on the illegal advertisements.
The reward for removing older, traditional billboards is that the companies would be allowed to erect a limited number of more lucrative digital signs in their place.
Made up of thousands of light emitting diodes (LEDs), digital billboards appear much like the Jumbotron screens at most major league stadiums.
The Society's sweeping support of restrictions on public signage represents a turnaround from the position it took in the mid-1980s when City officials proposed turning Times Square into an elegant boulevard stripped of its marquee lights and gigantic illuminated billboards.
Motorists frequently encounter billboards these days with messages such as these: