Flashing board | Article about flashing board by The Free Dictionary
A board to which flashings are fixed.
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Short of erecting a huge flashing board
announcing "crisis" above accident and emergency, it's difficult to conceive of a more worrying move.
URIAH RENNIE is the latest official to fall foul of the curse of the flashing board
. Rennie has found that they can make a fool of their operators, as happened to the guy who got it wrong substituting a player at Tranmere.
THE flashing boards
around Parkhead advertised Celtic: The Musical returning to the Pavilion next month and the club are still on track to see their names in lights on the biggest stage again.
Please can the flashing boards
around the ground stop, and enable me my time to enjoy the match.
"Motorways have flashing boards
warning of changes or problems and that is the sort of system we should be using."