display board

NOUN
  1. a vertical surface on which information can be displayed to public view
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  • The unusual move reflects tension in the region over Iran†™ s dispute with the United States and its allies over its nuclear enrichment activities and the position of Arabian Peninsula states caught between ties to Washington and fear of Tehran. “The airlines of the southern Persian Gulf countries flying to Iran are warned to use the term Persian Gulf on their electronic display boards, †road and transport minister Hamid Behbahani said in comments in the daily Iran newspaper. “Otherwise they will be banned from Iranian airspace for a month the first time and upon repetition their aircraft will be grounded in Iran and flight permits to Iran will be revoked, †he added. The Times of India
  • More than 50 employers take part in the Sharrow project which uses a raft of display boards in shops and libraries to advertise details of job opportunities.
  • Chapters and medical facilities wishing to display a poster should bring it to the convention center and affix it to the display board provided with materials they supply (eg, tacks, hook and loop fasteners).
  • Those of you that were unemployed several years ago may remember display boards with attached hand written postcards advertising job vacancies.
  • The airlines of the southern Persian Gulf countries flying to Iran are warned to use the term Persian Gulf on their electronic display boards. iToot Stream
  • Install two new video display boards.
  • He pointed to a display board that showed several houses with conservatories attached. KICK BACK
  • The display boards about bus timings are confusing, some say, because schedules are often erratic.
  • Courses may also be advertised in local jobcentres and public libraries or on the display boards of local employment agencies.
  • There is a nervous hush in the dingy dealing rooms of Shanghai's retail stockbrokers as share prices on the display boards turn red. Times, Sunday Times
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