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a fitting at the bow of a vessel for securing an anchor
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Even so, small telcos have been using billboards for years, and view them as an effective supplement in their overall advertising and marketing efforts.
The revised ordinance addresses many ambiguities in the previous sign regulations, and also deals with new technologies such as digital signs and billboards.
March 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Images of giant bottles of alcohol that tower over our streets and viewed from our living rooms and bedrooms, messages that promote the mass consumption of beer, wine, vodka and whiskey dominate the majority of Billboards in West Hollywood, says Sunset Strip Inc.
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.
34th Street, many billboards built after 1979--including those on the heavily trafficked Long Island Expressway--are to be drastically altered or torn down.
Curiously, the billboards contain no information asking the viewer to do anything.
With respect to the billboards, Catholic Civil Rights League president Thomas Langan is quoted by LifeSite Daily News (Feb.
Billboards, produced, conceived, and directed by Arpino, is really just a great big rock album with steps.
This DOT rule would have flown in the face of policy established nearly 10 years before by DOT's former commissioner-a policy declaring that trees growing in front of roadside billboards could not be thinned, trimmed, cut, or pruned.
In 1983, after almost 20 years of billboard "control," more billboards were going up than coming down, reported the Government Accounting Office.
The revolutionary design of Daktronics' Valo([TM]) digital billboards saves outdoor advertising companies time and money both on installation and service of the product.